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FMF online: Cinema Chorale (2019)

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Wojciech Kilar – Agnus Dei from movie King of theLast Days
Patrick Doyle (arr. Mikael Carlsson) – Libera me from movie Carlito’s Way
Arvo Pärt – My Heart’s in the Highlands from movie The Great Beauty
Gustav Mahler (arr. Clytus Gottwald) – Im Abendrot (Adagietto from Symphony No. 5) from movie Death in Venice
Bruno Coulais – Vois sur ton chemin from movie The Chorus 
Bruno Coulais (arr. Marek Pawełek) – In memoriam from movie The Chorus
David Lang – I Lie from movie The Great Beauty
Michael Kamen (arr. Mikael Carlsson) – Theme from series Band of Brothers
Ennio Morricone (arr. Marek Pawełek) – Angele Dei from movie The Mission
Don Davis – Chorale from movie Behind Enemy Lines
Patrick Doyle (arr. Graham Preskett) – Non nobis, Domine from movie Henry V
Samuel Barber – Agnus Dei from movie The Scarlet Letter

Jolanta Kowalska-Pawlikowska – soprano
Filip Presseisen – organ
Pro Musica Mundi Choir
Wiesław Delimat – conductor

Concert program prepared in collaboration with Soundtracks Live (artistic director: Mikael Carlsson) and Wiesław Delimat

The Cinema Chorale concert strives to recreate the incredible atmosphere woven into films by choral pieces. Vocal parts play a number of different roles in film music, from forming the basis of the entire soundtrack, via providing variety to instrumental pieces, to grand choirs adding grandeur in great symphonic compositions. The concert puts choirs in the starring role. As well as works by Bruno Coulais, we will hear compositions by masters such as Ennio Morricone, Arvo Pärt, David Lang and Patrick Doyle, taking us on a journey to a mystical world of vocal music. Featured soundtracks include The Chorus, The Mission and Death in Venice, as well as unjustly forgotten gems of choral music.