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    Mozart Masonic music

    Peter Schreier / Andreas Schmidt et al.
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    After a discussion with my friend about Lutheran church music yesterday, he's a total novice re. music & actually more of a Calvinist, I have listened to both of Bach's cantatas for this coming sunday and read the biblical passages needed. I also sent him the relevant links to give it a go.




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    Quote Originally Posted by classical yorkist View Post
    After a discussion with my friend about Lutheran church music yesterday, he's a total novice re. music & actually more of a Calvinist, I have listened to both of Bach's cantatas for this coming sunday and read the biblical passages needed. I also sent him the relevant links to give it a go.




    I'm quite taken with this idea.
    You van make a whole ( religious) year tradition with it as far as I know, Bach wroth quit a few for church purposes.
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    Bach: Cantata BWV.65 'Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen'

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    Fauré: Requiem, Op. 48
    Cantique de Jean Racine.
    Barbara Hendricks, José van Dam

    Orfeon Donostiarra, Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, Michel Plasson
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    Szymanowski: Stabat Mater, Op. 53
    Litania do Marii Panny (Litany to the Virgin Mary), Op. 59



    Aleksandra Kurzak (soprano), Agnieszka Rehlis (mezzo-soprano), Dmitry Korchak (tenor) & Artur Ruciński (baritone)

    Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra & Choir, Jacek Kaspszyk
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