Drawing on the romantic spirit in music, Schubert's moving setting is of a poem by Goethe which compares a rushing waterfall to the soul of man, while Strauss's gorgeous Mittagsruhe depicts the peace of a summer noontide. Narrative vocal traditions are heard in Sibelius's nationalist Vapautettu kuningatar, Bruckner's heroic Helgoland, and Grieg's Landkjenning, which tells of the 10th century Norwegian king Oleg Tryggvason. Das Liebesmahl der Apostel anticipates the religious ecstasies of Wagner's Parsifal, while Debussy's early cantata Invocation resonates with Gallic sparkle. Lund Student Singers was founded in 1831 and is one of the oldest choirs in Sweden. In spite of it's long history, the choir has maintained it's vitality over the years thanks to a combination of professional and dedicated choral directors and invigorating turnover of singers - a typical feature of a university-based choir.