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Last updated: 23.02.20
Winterwand is an S/A/T(B) choral piece written in D♯-major in C (common time) with words and music by Uli Führe.
I sang the bass part when auditioning to join a small mixed Bremen group [Christian, Henner, Maja, Marlene] after my time in the Collegium Musicum Bremen. It was amongst 15 other SATB quartet pieces they placed before me.
It is a melancholy, perhaps ironic, work that laments the oncoming winter which bans the sun. It also employs the word "Luder" which can be misunderstood - google it yourself dear surfer!.
It may be found in Ukulala published by Fidula-Verlag.