Synonyms for budday or Related words with budday

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Examples of "budday"
In 2011, Jürgen Budday has been awarded the honorary title Professor by the Minister-President of Baden-Württemberg, who dignified Mr Budday to be an "illustrious musical ambassador of Baden-Württemberg".
The Maulbronn Chamber Choir (German: "Maulbronner Kammerchor") was founded in 1983 and is directed by Jürgen Budday.
Since 2002, Jürgen Budday has also held the chair of the choral committee of the German Music Council. Several concert recordings have been made under his artistic direction.
Jürgen Budday studied music education, church music and musicology at the Academy of Music in Stuttgart and, since 1979, has been teaching music at the Evangelical Seminary Maulbronn, a Protestant private boarding school in Maulbronn.
Jürgen Budday (born 1948 in Germany) is a German conductor, director of church music and music teacher. He is artistic director of the concert series at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Maulbronn Abbey, of the choir 'Maulbronner Kantorei' and of the Maulbronn Chamber Choir.
She recorded Bach cantatas with John Eliot Gardiner and the Monteverdi Choir, such as "Herr, wie du willt, so schicks mit mir", BWV 73, for the Third Sunday after Epiphany. In 2000 she took part in the group's Bach Cantata Pilgrimage performing and recording the complete church cantatas of Bach. For Bach's motets, she collaborated in 2003 with the Hilliard Ensemble. She performed Bach's "St Matthew Passion" with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Roger Norrington, also with Frieder Bernius, the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, and with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Hall. She recorded the work with Philippe Herreweghe. She recorded Bach's Mass in B minor with both Jürgen Budday and the Maulbronn Chamber Choir, and Marc Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre. In 2010 she performed the work in St. David's Hall, Cardiff, with Elin Manahan Thomas, Robin Blaze, Toby Spence, Peter Harvey, the BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Thierry Fischer.
Van Goethem has taken part in the project Dieterich Buxtehude – Opera Omnia of Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir to record the complete works of Dieterich Buxtehude, and including a European concert tour in 2007. He sang in Handel's "Saul" with Peter Neumann and the Collegium Cartusianum at the Göttingen International Handel Festival. With the Collegium Vocale Gent and the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, conducted by Jan Willem de Vriend, he sang Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas" at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. He appeared as Cyrus in Handel's "Belshazzar" with Jürgen Budday at the Maulbronner Schlosskonzerte. With conductor Enoch zu Guttenberg he performed in Antonio Vivaldi's Gloria and "Juditha Triumphans" at the Rheingau Musik Festival in 2007.
the rests in the pedal part could be examples of the "affekt" that the seventeenth century philosopher Athanasius Kircher called "a sighing of the spirit." points out that the diminished seventh interval used in the pedal part was customarily associated with "grief." The twisting inner parts have been interpreted as illustrating the words "verderbt" ("ruined") by Hermann Keller and "Schlang" ("serpent") by Jacques Chailley. described the pedal part as "a series of almost irremediable stumbles"; in contrast Ernst Arfken saw the uninterrupted cantus firmus as representing constancy in faith. For Wolfgang Budday, Bach's departure from normal compositional convention was itself intended to symbolise the "corruption" and "depravity" of man. also preferred to view Bach's chorale prelude as representing the complete text of the hymn instead of individual words, distinguishing it from Buxtehude's earlier precedent. Considered to be amongst his most expressive compositions— describes it as "imbued with sorrow"—Buxtehude's setting employs explicit word-painting.
In 2002 he sang the Evangelist on a recording of the "St Matthew Passion" with Enoch zu Guttenberg, Klaus Mertens representing Jesus. In 2004 he sang the Evangelist in Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" (parts 1 to 3) with Hans-Christoph Rademann, the Dresdner Kammerchor and the Dresdner Barockorchester, recorded live in the Lukaskirche Dresden. With them he had recorded in 1998 Jan Dismas Zelenka's "Te Deum" and Johann David Heinichen's "Missa No. 9". He has also been recording Bach cantatas in the series of Sigiswald Kuijken and La Petite Bande to cover a complete liturgical year. He recorded Bach's "Mass in B minor" with the Kammerchor Stuttgart and Frieder Bernius. In 2008 he recorded the work with Jürgen Budday, the Maulbronn Chamber Choir and the Hannoversche Hofkapelle. Also in 2008 she recorded in the Frauenkirche Dresden the "Christmas oratorio" of Gottfried August Homilius and Christian August Jacobi's "Der Himmel steht uns wieder offen", with Christiane Kohl, Annette Markert, Tobias Berndt, Sächsisches Vocalensemble and Virtuosi Saxoniae, conducted by Ludwig Güttler.