Manfred Porsch

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Manfred Maria Porsch (born 14 April 1950 in Vienna) is an Austrian composer and teacher. He composes Austrian contemporary worship music.

Manfred Porsch comes from the Focolare Movement. In 1971 and 1972, he toured with Gen Rosso. In 1983, he won first prize at the "Worldfestival of religious Song", the "Rassegna Mondiale della Canzone Religosa Populare" in Rome. In 1987, Porsch founded "Musica e Vita Österreich" and started the festival series "Fest der Lieder". He has published about 200 songs.[1]

In 2012, after a long break from writing music, Porsch published new songs with the producer Thomas Raber.

Songs[change | change source]

  • Melchior
  • Wer schweigt, stimmt zu
  • Messe (Ein Fest der Freude)
  • Der Geist des Herrn ruht auf mir
  • Du bist das Licht auf dem Weg
  • Singen wir des Lied vom Frieden (produced by Thomas Raber, RATOM-Edition 2012)
  • Eine Schule für coole (produced by Thomas Raber, RATOM-Edition 2012)

References[change | change source]

  1. "Werke" (in German). Retrieved 11 February 2013.

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