Marcel Tyberg - Masses (2016)

Tyberg

South Dakota Chorale

Brian A. Schmidt

In the years immediately before the Second World War II, Marcel Tyberg was a promising young composer whose Second Symphony had been premiered in the 1930s by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Rafael Kubelík. But for more than sixty years his name (pronounced ‘Tee-berg’) has been languishing in limbo, following his arrest by the Gestapo in 1944 and his deportation from his home in the northern Adriatic town of Abbazia in a cattle car, headed for an undisclosed concentration camp. Nothing more was known of his destiny except for an unconfirmed rumor that he had hanged himself on the train rather than face almost certain torture and extermination at the hands of the Nazis.
There were only a few insiders who remembered Tyberg, an introverted loner whose real life was in the torrents of music swirling around in his head. He cared little for acclaim and fame, and several times declined offers to publish his music. He did not thirst for fame nor did he crave earthly possessions. Even those few insiders presumed that his compositions had perished along with the composer.

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South Dakota Chorale

Based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the South Dakota Chorale is a collaborative network of musicians combining the talents of singers locally, regionally, and across the nation. “Bringing people together to produce inspirational worldclass performances of choral arts that embrace professional artistry and enrich the cultural life of South Dakotans” is their mission, and they strive to reach this in all of their work.
In their five-year history they have developed educational collaborations with high school choirs, led master classes with pre-professional/collegiate singers, partnered with local arts series’ to build support and awareness for the arts, initiated a guest conductor residency, and released two commercial recordings in collaborations with Grammy award-winning producer, Blanton Alspaugh. Their first recording In Paradisum: The Healing Power of Heaven was cited in the body of works that aided Blanton Alspaugh in receiving the 2013 Grammy award for Producer of the Year.

Christopher Jacobson

Christopher Jacobson, FRCO, is Duke University Chapel Organist and Organist at Duke Divinity School. At Duke he instituted and oversees the Chapel Organ Scholar Program and directs the Evensong Singers in weekly Sunday afternoon Choral Evensong in Duke Chapel. Before assuming his position, Jacobson was Associate Organist at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, South Carolina, and Assistant Organist at Washington National Cathedral where he assisted in training of the cathedral choirs and playing the organ for over 200 choral services annually. As a soloist, Mr. Jacobson has presented organ recitals across North America, Europe, and Australia. He has won top prizes in numerous organ competitions including the National Young Artist Competition of the American Guild of Organists, the Miami International Organ Competition, and the John R. Rodland Competition in sacred music.

In addition to performances of the organ works of César Franck and Maurice Duruflé, he has presented recitals of the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach on several occasions across the United States. As an accompanist he has accompanied choirs on tours to Saint Thomas Church in New York City, Canterbury and Durham Cathedrals in England, the American Cathedral in Paris, and the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi in Italy. An active continuo artist, Mr. Jacobson appears regularly with the early music ensemble Three Notch’d Road in Charlottesville, Virginia, and with the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra. A Fellow of the Royal College of Organists (FRCO), Mr. Jacobson holds the Master of Music degree in Organ Performance and the Sacred Music Diploma from the Eastman School of Music as well as a Bachelor of Music degree with distinction in Organ Performance from St. Olaf College. His teachers have included David Higgs and William Porter at Eastman, and John Ferguson at St. Olaf College. Christopher is a graduate of Woodberry Forest and the American Boychoir School where he was a treble chorister under James Litton. 

Photo: Mark Manring

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Marcel Tyberg - Masses (2016)

Tyberg

South Dakota Chorale

Editing Software: Pyramix
Mastering Engineer: Jesse Brayman
Producer: Blanton Alspaugh
Recording Engineer: John Newton (Sound Mirror)
Recording location: First-Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
Recording Software: Merging
Recording Type & Bit Rate: DSD64

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Messa No. 1 in Sol Maggiore (1934) - Kyrie
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Messa No. 1 in Sol Maggiore (1934) - Gloria
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Messa No. 1 in Sol Maggiore (1934) - Credo
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Messa No. 1 in Sol Maggiore (1934) - Sanctus
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Messa No. 1 in Sol Maggiore (1934) - Benedictus
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Messa No. 1 in Sol Maggiore (1934) - Agnus Dei
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Messe de fascile in Fa Maggiore (1941) - Kyrie
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Messe de fascile in Fa Maggiore (1941) - Gloria
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Messe de fascile in Fa Maggiore (1941) - Credo
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Messe de fascile in Fa Maggiore (1941) - Sanctus
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