Explore the choral nominations for the BBC Music Magazine Awards 2011

Listen to our podcast on the three shortlisted discs – and then cast your votes!

A
a
-
Rating: 
0
BBC Music Magazine Awards podcast

With the BBC Music Magazine Awards 2011 now open for voting, we'll be offering a weekly podcast exploring the nominations in each category.

In this third instalment, which you can listen to on this page, editor Oliver Condy is joined by reviews editor Daniel Jaffé and chair of the Awards jury Helen Wallace to chat about the discs in the choral category.

This year's nominated recordings include JS Bach's Motets, Langgaard's The Music of the Spheres and Poulenc's Figure Humaine.

To let us know which disc you think should win a coveted Award this April, cast your vote now!

For discussions of the vocal and chamber categories, listen to the first and second episodes of the podcast.

Choral nominees

JS Bach: Motets
Yukari Nonoshita, Aki Matsui (soprano), Damien Guillon (countertenor), Satoshi Mizukoshi (tenor), Dominik Wörner (bass); Bach Collegium Japan/Masaaki Suzuki
BIS SACD-1841 (hybrid CD/SACD)

Langgaard: The Music of the Spheres; The Time of the End; From the Abyss
Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano), Hetna Regitze Bruun (mezzo-soprano), Peter Lodahl (tenor), Johan Reuter (baritone); Danish National Symphony Chorus & Orchestra/Thomas Dausgaard
Dacapo 6.220535

Poulenc: Figure Humaine; Mass in G; Litanie à la Vierge Noire; Salve Regina; Un soir de neige; Quatre petites prières de Saint François d’Assise
Tenebrae/Nigel Short Signum SIGCD 197

Share and Subscribe

Click here to subscribe, free of charge, to the BBC Music Magazine podcast on iTunes, or you can simply subscribe to the podcast's RSS feed. Alternatively, use the buttons below. The Share/Save button allows you to share the podcast on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

Share

While the Subscribe button allows you to subscribe to the podcast using Google, MSN and other feed readers.

Subscribe

 

We use cookies to improve your experience of our website. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you. Read more here