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==List of choral works==
 
==List of choral works==
Paradisal Journeys; Requiem; Stabat Mater; Rilke Songs; Divertimento
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"Paradisal Journeys" on poems out of "Divina Commedia" by Dante (2003, 21 a cappela songs, duration 55 minutes); Requiem 'Canario' (2004, based on Plainchant motives and a traditional lullaby from Gran Canaria, duration 30 minutes) ; Stabat Mater (2005, duration 30 minutes); Three Rilke Songs (2008, a cappella, duration 10 minutes); Divertimento (2006, based on Folksong out of Breda, duration 13 minutes)
  
  

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Life

Born: 19 April 1956


Biography
Paul van Gulick is a Dutch composer and conductor. To him, music is an essential element in daily life and a means of communication par excellence to link different cultures. After his education at the Tilburg Conservatoire, he took to performing different styles of music. He considers it a great honour to have been invited on several occasions to be guest conductor to the Krasnoyarsk Academic Symphony Orchestra and the Philharmonic Symphonic Orchestra of Chernigov. His major compositions have been performed by the professional ensemble "Blagovist" from Kiev and are regularly performed on international stages.


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List of choral works

"Paradisal Journeys" on poems out of "Divina Commedia" by Dante (2003, 21 a cappela songs, duration 55 minutes); Requiem 'Canario' (2004, based on Plainchant motives and a traditional lullaby from Gran Canaria, duration 30 minutes) ; Stabat Mater (2005, duration 30 minutes); Three Rilke Songs (2008, a cappella, duration 10 minutes); Divertimento (2006, based on Folksong out of Breda, duration 13 minutes)



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Publications

External links

Website of Paul van Gulick