Good Bait

Don Camillo Choir
Florian Helgath, conductor

To make a good catch one needs a — good bait!
You believe you have made a good catch with this CD? You are right — but look out: in the end we might have you on the hook and our music doesn’t let you go.

»Good Bait is not only a beautiful and inspired achievement, but also simply good entertainment.«
Neue Chorzeit, 07/2009

Don Camillo Choir
Florian Helgath, conductor



Good Bait
No More I Love You‘s
Boogie Down
If I Were A Bell
A Capella
Ogni mio istante
Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing
Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend
Kung Liljekonvalje
Bagdad Café
Chili Con Carne
Ticket To Ride
I Wanna Be The Only One
Let It Snow
Back In The USSR
Guten Abend, gut’ Nacht
Notre Père Maurice Duruflé
Deandl merk dia den Baam


Total recording time: 62.52 | Format: 1 Audio-CD
Recording: 11–12/2008, Munich
English booklet enclosed / German booklet enclosed (8 pages)
Order No. SRL4-09049 | (p) & (c) SPEKTRAL 2009 | Series SPEKTRAL MODERN



Don Camillo Chor

Don Camillo Chor – this name stands for unusual arrangements and musical diversity: from Duruflé to Al Jarreau, from the Beatles to Brahms — the choir is well versed in many styles, focusing, however, on a cappella pop and jazz. In July 2008 the choir won a gold medal in the category Jazz at the 5th World Choir Games in Graz (Austria), thus belonging to the best participating choirs from Germany.

Florian Helgath

Florian Helgath got his first experience with choral music as a member of the worldfamous choir of the ‘Regensburger Domspatzen’ in his home town of Regensburg.
At the Munich university of music and performing arts he started studying music to become a music teacher, then he continued studying choral conducting with Prof. Michael Gläser. In spring 2008 he completed his studies with a Masterclass Diploma.
His conducting is characterized by an extremely broad musical spectrum. As the conductor of the „Don Camillo Chor“, the „Via Nova Chor“ and of the „Große Orchester des AGV München“ he is in a position to realize not only oratorical and symphonic works but also a cappella choral music of all epochs including even jazz and pop.

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