Leonard Enns

Leonard Jacob Enns (bn. 1948, Winnipeg, Manitoba)

Leonard Enns is a Canadian composer, conductor and educator, who grew up in a small farming community south of Winnipeg, Manitoba. He holds undergraduate music degrees from Canadian Mennonite Bible College (Winnipeg) and Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Ontario). His graduate degrees are from Northwestern University, where he completed a Masters degree in Conducting with Margaret Hillis, and a PhD in Music Theory, taking the sacred choral music of Canadian composer Harry Somers as the focus for his doctoral dissertation.

Since 1977 Enns has been employed as a member of the Music Faculty at Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo (Ontario), where he served as chair for a number of years, and teaches in the areas of music theory, conducting, choral music and composition.

Enns' has numerous choral compositions for school, church, amateur, and professional choirs, published in both Canada and the United States. His works are performed at festivals and concerts across North America, England, and Continental Europe. Apart from choral works, his compositions also include works for solo voice, organ and piano, and orchestra. He is an Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre and a member of the Canadian League of Composers.
Further information, including links to his list of compositions and other activities, is available at http://www.lenns.ca

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Beim Kronenwirt
 

 
Beim Kronenwirt - SATB (click title to purchase)
$2.25 (JG2408)

Composer: Leonard Enns 

Season: General   Released: 2009   Series: Bruce Rogers Choral Series   Difficulty: Medium
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