We got this vinyl-rip several month ago in the contributions section.
I do not find the comment with the link anymore. So my apologies to the generous contributor.
But thanks to corvimax I know now: it is Sven. Thank you Sven for this really special music!!
The LP wasn't in a NM condition - so I've removed many louder clicks 'n' pops during the last three month.
The music has a decidedly 1970s feel. But IMO it's really an independent statement. Not Rock, not Jazz and not Contemporary Classic either. Somehow I remembered a famous advertisement from ~1968 (here) after listening again to the 'Circle of dreams'.
Klaus Cornell, composer, conductor
Volker Kriegel, guitar
Eberhard Weber, bass
Peter Giger, drums
Open Music Group:
Anna-Marie Sommer, flute
Hanspeter Zehnder, trombone
Urs Frauchiger, cello
Willy Bischof, keyboards
Urs Herdi, percussion
Hanspeter Völkle, percussion
Choir Of The Municipal Literargymnasium Bern-Neufeld
Adolf Burkhardt, choir conductor
Featuring a choir of 100 singers
A1. Circle I 7:50
A2. Circle II 12:29
B1. Circle III 7:33
B2. Circle IV 12:47
Recorded 1974, Phonag Tonstudio, Lindau, Germany.
Hallelujah X 636 (vinyl rip)