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1. J S Bach - St Matthew Passion

J S Bach - St Matthew Passion

JS Bach, St Matthew Passion, Recorded live at Uppsala Cathedral, April 3, 2011. Soloists Eva Ericson Berglund, sopran Anna Zander, alt Stefan Parkman, tenor, evangelist Nils Högman, tenor Johnerik Eleby, bas Sten Möller Jesper Rydén Helena Hansson Gustav Eriksson Johannes Jonsson Rachel Stenback Pernilla Bäckström Sigurður Hafþórsson Jonathan Long Johanna Blanck Collegium Cantorum Uppsala Domkyrkokör Stefanoskören Uppsala domkyrkas goss- och flickkör Rätta Takter 
Svenska Barockorkestern Conductor: Olle Johansson Recording engineer: Anders Dillmar

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2. Aria (soprano, alto) So ist mein Jesus nun gefangen – Laßt ihn - Sind Blitze, sind Donner (Chorale)

Aria (soprano, alto) So ist mein Jesus nun gefangen – Laßt ihn - Sind Blitze, sind Donner (Chorale)

JS Bach, St Matthew Passion, Recorded live at Uppsala Cathedral April 3, 2011. Soloists Eva Ericson Berglund, sopran Anna Zander, alt Stefan Parkman, tenor, evangelist Nils Högman, tenor Johnerik Eleby, bas Sten Möller Jesper Rydén Helena Hansson Gustav Eriksson Johannes Jonsson Rachel Stenback Pernilla Bäckström Sigurður Hafþórsson Jonathan Long Johanna Blanck Collegium Cantorum Uppsala Domkyrkokör Stefanoskören Uppsala domkyrkas goss- och flickkör Rätta Takter 
Svenska Barockorkestern Conductor: Olle Johansson Recording engineer: Anders Dillmar

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3. J S Bach Mass in B Minor

J S Bach Mass in B Minor

J S Bach Mass in B Minor live recording at Uppsala Cathedral, November 6, 2010. Eva Ericsson Berglund, Soprano Anna Zander, Alto Love Bergman, Tenor Daniel Åberg, Bass Collegium Cantorum Rebaroque Conductor: Olle Johansson

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4. Händel - The Messiah

Händel - The Messiah

Recorded live in Uppsala Cathedral, March 23, 2013 Susanne Rydén, soprano Tove Nilsson, alto Nils Högman, tenor Ivar Murelius, bass Collegium Cantorum Rebaroque Conductor: Ulric Andersson

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5. J S BACH - Mass in B minor LIVE

J S BACH - Mass in B minor LIVE

BACH Mass in B minor Recorded live Uppsala Cathedral 2014-03-08 Collegium Cantorum Rebaroque Karin Dahlberg, Soprano Helene Randa, Mezzo Niklas Engquist, Tenor Staffan Liljas, Bass Conductor: Ulric Andersson Collegium Cantorum is one of the choirs at Uppsala Cathedral. It was formed 1983 and has a broad repertoire stretching from choral symphonic polyphony to contemporary Nordic composers. In addition to participating in services the choir performs larger sacred works with soloists and orchestra. Through numerous international tours, Collegium Cantorum has become well renowned abroad. Rebaroque in an early music ensemble is a musical ensemble that specializes in performing early music of the European classical tradition from the Baroque era and earlier. It was formed in 1998 and has since established itself as one of Scandinavia’s leading baroque orchestras. The repertoire includes orchestral works, opera and oratorio. The orchestra appears regularly with some of Sweden's foremost choirs. Live recording is hazardous and not without minor disturbances. This recording is no exception. Recording choir music live always balances extreme dynamic range and musical emotion, with technical limitations and difficult environments. You often find the best acoustics in droughty churches with creaky furnishing, ant they always have a clutter of ancient electrical wiring. All this gives buzz, hiss and various kinds of disturbing noises with which make each recording session different. The magic of the performance, which seemed so indelibly imprinted in memory, often vanishes on the tape. The complex of hearing, vision, shared experience, and excitement has been reduced to a single aspect: sound. Therefore, the recording becomes technically a compromise between feel and sound. But a live recording is also uncompromisable. Rustle of music scores, coughs, shoes squeaking, radiators switching off, and cars passing by outside, always happen in the middle of a silent passage. All these ingredients are evidenced and exampled in this recording. Still, we feel that live is always superior to studio recordings. This becomes inevitable if you, as we do, focus on the good qualities in performance and interpretation, and never let merciless technical perfection stand in the way of music. We think that the best performance can only be obtained in the right context and accurate environment, despite technical difficulties. Simply put, recording is not a precise art. But then, neither is a concert.

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6. La Cappella med vänner - Live

La Cappella med vänner - Live

Inspelad Live 2015-10-17 Missionskyrkan i Uppsala La Cappella, dir Tony Margeta Chalmers Damkör, dir Sofia Johansson Carolinae Damkör, dir Ulrika Emanuelsson Damkören SALT, dir Katarina Hellberg http://www.lacappella.se/

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7. Defcon 1 - Vi är alla människor

Defcon 1 - Vi är alla människor

Defcon 1 came from Örsundsbro, 20 km outside Uppsala, Sweden. The band was formed in the fall of 2002 and performed until 2006. Gustav Cederlöf song, guitar Oskar Bernövall guitar Henrik Lindberg bass, song Johann Bernövall drums In 2005, the band was voted the best in Uppland for musicians under 19 years in MusikDirekt - Sweden's largest music competition - and participated in the National Riksfestival in Östersund. Defcon 1 played at a number of festivals, such as Roc for Moc (2003) and Örsa Festival (2005). http://defcon1.pambu.com/

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8. Händel The Messiah - Choral Excerpts

Händel The Messiah - Choral Excerpts

Live recording Uppsala Cathedral March 2, 2000 Collegium Cantorum Svenska Barockorkestern Conductor: Lars Angerdal SMIC CD001

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9. Monteverdi Vespers - Skálholt Summer Concerts 04-07-2010

Monteverdi Vespers - Skálholt Summer Concerts 04-07-2010

The event was an international collaborative Summer Concert, with chamber choir Collegium Cantorum from Uppsala Cathedral, the baroque group Instrument musica from Dresden, Islandic baroque musicians and the youth choir Stúlknakórs Reykjavik Vox Junior. Soloists: Marta G. Halldórsdóttir, Rannveig Sif Sigurðardóttir, Eyjólfur Eyjólfsson and Nils Högman. Conductor: Olle Johansson, Uppsala Cathedral Organist, Sweden. Viðburðurinn er alþjóðlegt samstarfsverkefni Sumartónleika, kammerkórsins Collegium cantorum frá Uppsaladómkirkju, barokkhópsins Instrumenta musica frá Dresden og Stúlknakórs Reykjavíkur Vox Junior. Auk þess taka þátt innlendir barokkhljóðfæraleikarar. Meðal einsöngvara verða Marta G. Halldórsdóttir, Rannveig Sif Sigurðardóttir, Eyjólfur Eyjólfsson og Nils Högman. Stjórnandi verður Olle Johansson dómorganisti í Uppsala, Svíþjóð.

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10. Enora Live 2009-07-27

Enora Live 2009-07-27

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11. J S Bach Mass B minor

J S Bach Mass B minor

Christina Högman, Soprano Eva Ericsson-Berglund, Alto Ulrika Tenstam, Mezzo Stefan Parkman, Tenor Lennart Lannerkrans, Bass Schola Cantorum, Collegium Cantorum Camerata Upsaliae, Conductor: Lars Angerdal Recorded live 08-11-1992, Uppsala Cathedral

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12. Collegium Cantorum

Collegium Cantorum

”Om wårtiden” (“In spring”) was written for the 300th anniversary of the birth of Carl von Linné, celebrated in 2007 and was performed for the first time by Collegium Cantorum in 2009. The piece is partially based upon a model of a cantata from the 1700s with an introductory polyphonic choral piece and a final chorale, with contrasting middle sections. The music itself, however, is anything but pastiche; it strives to attain a current expression with resonance in the Swedish choral tradition. The lyrics are all Linnaean in different ways; everything from prose descriptions of spring light’s contagious joy and the limitations of science, to purely scientific descriptions and the blackbird’s classification, sometimes in Swedish and sometimes in Latin. It all ends with a non-Linnaean text, with one of the most well-known spring and summer Swedish hymns, “En vänlig grönskas rika dräkt”, where the choir after a short prelude sings the chorale “quasi quintadena”, which mimics an organ’s Quintadena tone. About the composer: Mattias Sjöberg (born 1971) is a doctor (MD) and composer with roots in Västerbotten, Sweden, who has sung with Collegium Cantorum since 2005. Although he is mainly a self-taught composer, he has gained a lot of choral experience through several years of singing in various advanced ensembles in Umeå, Göteborg and Uppsala. In recent years Mattias Sjöberg has mainly focused on sacred choral music, and several of his pieces have been performed for the first time in Uppsala Cathedral (Domkyrkan).

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13. From Generation to Generation

From Generation to Generation

The idea of making this record arouse from a successful concert showcasing Gárdonyi choral and organ works in the Uppsala Cathedral in October 1999. At this memorable event Zsolt Gárdonyi performed his own and his father Zoltán Gárdonyi's works in a joint production with the singers of the Collegium Cantorum under the direction of Lars Angerdal. This recording celebrates the symbiotically united music of two generations of composers in harmonious collaboration with its interpreters in a multifaceted composer portrait. It documents as well a piece of living music, making is more accessible to a wider audience on the threshold on a new millennium. --Zsolt Gárdonyi, 2000 Collegium Cantorum Conductor Lars Angerdal Organ Gárdonyi Zsolt

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14. Giuseppe Verdi - Messa Da Requiem

Giuseppe Verdi - Messa Da Requiem

Giuseppe Verdi - Messa Da Requiem. Recorded live at Engelbrektskyrkan, November 3, 2002 Lena Hoel, Soprano Ingrid Tobiasson, Alto Klas Hedlund, Tenor Johnerik Eleby, Bass Collegium Cantorum Schola Cantorum Fyris Kammarkör Engelbrekts Motettkör Engelbrekts Vokalensemble Members from Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester Conductor: Olle Johansson

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15. Jan Wallgren - Requiem For the Living and the Dead

Jan Wallgren - Requiem For the Living and the Dead

Live recording March 2, 1996, at Uppsala Cathedral Music: Jan Wallgren Text: Thomas Tranströmer Pernilla August: Recitation Rolf Lindblom: Piano Margareta Ridderstedt: Soprano Lennart Åberg: Soprano Saxophone Camerata Upsaliae, with brass from Musik i Uppland Collegium Cantorum Director: Lars Angerdal Jan Wallgren, born February 21, 1935 in Oslo, dead June 2, 1996 in Stockholm. He devoted himself for many years mainly to jazz and toured with his own trio as well as playing in several different jazz orchestras, and his piano playing and compositions marked the quartet that Bengt Ernryd led during the middle of the 60s. Jan has appeared as a soloist and composer with among others the Swedish Radio Jazz Group and the Polish Radios Big band, andhe is documented both on LP and CD. Aside from working as a piano soloist, orchestra leader, and theatre musician, Jan taught singers and musicians, classically trained pianists, and music students. He wrote theatre and film music, and composed an opera, "Balagantjik," that was premiered at the Royal Swedish Opera in 1986. Among several important compositions, his Requiem, "För levande och döda" (For Living and Dead), set to texts by the poet Tomas Tranströmer, stands out.

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16. Uppsala Cathedral Singers - Live at Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, Wales

Uppsala Cathedral Singers - Live at Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, Wales

Live recording, Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, Wales, 2017-05-27 Uppsala Cathedral Singers Johanna Blank - Soprano Sofia Carlfjord - Soprano Peter Lind - Bass Conductor Ulric Andersson

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17. Bandy Ball Eaters - The Lost Tape

Bandy Ball Eaters - The Lost Tape

Esoteric punk from Uppsala Recorded 1979

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18. Enora 2008-02-03

Enora 2008-02-03

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19. To See a World in a Grain of Sand

To See a World in a Grain of Sand

Live Funbo kyrka 2015-06-13

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