About the composer
Robert Hejnar was born in Olomouc in Czechia, in 1969. He studied piano at the Prague Conservatory, and composition with Professor Ivan Kurz in magisterial and doctoral degree courses at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Prague. Now he is a professor of composition studies at the Conservatory of the Evangelical Academy in Olomouc. He composed in various forms and genres (including vocal-symphonic like this Stabat Mater) but he is also a electro-acoustic composer.
About the Stabat Mater
Soprano, contralto, children's choir (girls), organ and symphony orchestra.
The composition is divided into four parts which are separated by three organ solo entries: Preludium (Introduction), Interludium (between the first and the second part) and Postludium (Conclusion).
The "Vatican"-version of the text has been used.
I was not yet able to make a colourbar.
Information about the recording
|CD:||CRO676-2 Robert Hejnar Orchestral and Sacred works|
Mr. Jan Pivoňka from Czechia sent this cd to me, for free!
|Orchestra:||Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra|
|Choir:||Kühn Children's Choir|
Dita Brlicová, soprano
Compositions from Robert Hejnar:
|Code:||2015 HEJ-01 (256)|