Vienna Boys Choir Silk Road 2009

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Wa habibi (My beloved), Good Friday hymn from Lebanon

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - L'homme armé (The armed man), French Renaissance chanson

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - O Domine Jesu Christe

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Ego sum panis vivus (I am the living bread)

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Jog.wa (I ask for yoga), bhajan from Kolhapur, India

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Shoch va gado (The king and the beggar)

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Sus Xâtin (Lady of Water), Uzbek rain song

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Haq Ali (Truth, Ali), qawwali from Pakistan

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - No. 4. Gratias agimus. / No. 5. Propter magnam gloriam tuam

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - No. 8. Domine Deus

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - No. 9. Qui tollis peccata mundi

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Veni creator spiritus (Come, creator spirit)

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Tarakihi (The locust), Maori chant

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Alamuhan, Uyghur folk song

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Field hollers from Darg, Tajikistan

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Guadifeng, xiaodiao from Gansu

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Li Ge (Song Bie), farewell song

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Kou-luell tsian, craftsman's song from from the Ordos region, China

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Fao Dong Pe, China medley

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Die Post (The mail), from "Die Winterreise"

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Der stürmische Morgen (The stormy morning), from "Die Winterreise"

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Ievan Polkka (Eve's polka)

    Vienna Boys Choir - Silk Road - Terracotta Army (after the "Dies irae" from Mozart's Requiem)