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    Another couple of tracks from Will Todd's "Call of Wisdom." This young man is going to have some career.



    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Florestan View Post
    I picked this up yesterday at Dearborn music and love it. Have listened to it 4 times already.


    It is an oratorio but actually is much more like an opera as noted in this article,





    Unlike the typical opera, there is little action, but mainly discussion, not unlike Strauss' Capriccio, which is mainly discussion/debate and is an opera. Anyway, I am keeping this with my operas.

    There are five parts:

    Fede (Faith), soprano, five arias and four duets;
    Amor divino (Divine Love), soprano, four arias and two duets,
    Teologia (Theology), mezzo-soprano, four arias and one duet,
    Infedelta (Faithlessness), tenor, three arias and one duet,
    Tempo (Time), bass, three arias.

    You can listen to sound clips here.

    Total time is 67:27. The one pictured above comes with a libretto. The re-release (shown in the above linked article) does not.
    Thanks, Florestan; I'm always grateful to explore another work re/ the Trinity! The entire performance is available on Amazon Music. I'm about to start to listen now.

    https://music.amazon.com/albums/B013..._bb_phfa_xx_xx

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    Weber: Masses.

    Messe No. 2 in G major, Op. 76 'Jubelmesse'
    Krisztina Laki (soprano), Marga Schiml (alto), Josef Protschka (teor), Jan-Hendrik Rootering (bass)
    Instrumentalensemble Werner Keltsch, Stuttgarter Hymnus-Chorknaben, Gerhard Wilhelm

    Mass No. 1 'Freischutzmesse'
    Elisabeht Speiser (soprano), Helen Watts (alto), Kurt Equiluz (tenor), Siegmund Nimsgern (bass)

    Bamberger Symphoniker und -chor, Horst Stein
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    Beethoven: Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123

    Edith Wiens (soprano), Janice Taylor (mezzo), John Aler (tenor), Tom Krause (baritone)

    Mozart: Mass in C minor, K427 'Great'

    Sylvia McNair (soprano), Delores Ziegler (soprano), John Aler (tenor), William Stone (baritone)

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Robert Shaw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmsummer View Post


    AVE MARIS STELLA
    Missa 'Ave Maris Stella', Marian Motets
    Josquin Desprez
    Weser-Renaissance Bremen
    Manfred Cordes - director

    CPO / Radio Bremen
    Amazing! Manfred and his Weser-Renaissance performs one of the best Desprez I've ever heard. Please, don't miss this one as well:



    Great motets, full of textures and contrasts, profoundly expressive of its textual details. The all-male voices matches excellent, with beautiful blend, balance, clarity and good acoustic. Both recordings are among my favourites in the discography of Josquin Desprez.

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    PANAGIA
    Six Byzantine Greek prayers to the Panagia, one of the names of the Virgin Mary, Mother of Christ, set to music.
    Stephan Micus - Bavarian zither, dilruba, chitrali sitar, sattar, 14-string guitar, nay, voice

    ECM
    P.M. Summer
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    Dvorak:Mass in D major, Op.86 (B175)/ Gounod: Requiem

    Anne Bretschneider, Christine Lichtenberg, Georg Witt

    Fundfunkchor Berlin & Polyphonia Ensemble Berlin, Risto Joost
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Sergei Rachmaninoff - Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom Op. 31

    “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music.”
    - Sergei Rachmaninoff

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    MESSE DE NOSTRE DAME
    Guillaume de Machaut
    Ensemble Gilles Binchoit
    Dominique Vellard - director

    Brilliant Classics

    3 CD set via Cantus
    P.M. Summer
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    GOOSTLY PSALMES
    Anglo-American Psalmody 1550-1800
    Billings - Morgan - Read - Wood - Dowland
    His Majestie's Clerkes
    Paul Hillier - director

    Harmonia Mundi
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    VOX COSMICA
    Hildegard von Bingen
    Hirundo Maris
    Arianna Savall – Voice, Medieval Harp, Italian Triple Harp, Lyra, Tibetan Singing Bowl
    Petter Udland Johansen – Voice, Hardingfele, Lyra, Fiddle, Monochord
    Andreas Spindler – Flutes, Fiddle, Romain Bells, Colascione, Tromba Marina, Voice
    Anke Spindler – Nyckelharpa, Fiddles, Viola da Gamba, Voice
    David Mayoral – Santur, Percussion, Romain Bells, Voice

    Carpe Diem Records
    P.M. Summer
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    Bach - Magnificat
    Disc 1

    Susan Gritton, Lisa Milne (soprano), Ian Bostridge (tenor), Micheal George (bass)

    Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Academy of Ancient Music, Stephen Cleobury
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    Bach St Matthew

    Karajan

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