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    Verdi Requiem / Karajan / Freni / Ludwig / BPO

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    Went to a concert last night of Bach's B minor Mass. What wonders there are!

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    Haydn: Mass, Hob. XXII: 5 in C major 'Cäcilienmesse'

    Lucia Popp (soprano), Doris Soffel (contralto), Hors Laubenthal (tenor) & Kurt Moll (bass)

    Bavarian State Symphony Orchestra & Choir, Rafael Kubelik
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    Vivaldi: Juditha Triumphans, RV644

    Birgit Finnilä, Ingeborg Springer, Julia Hamari, Elly Ameling, Annelies Burmeister

    Rundfunks-Solistenvereinigung Berlin, Vittorio Negri
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    ETA Hoffmann: Missa in D Minor & Miserere

    Sibylla Rubens (soprano), Jutta Boehnert (soprano), Rebecca Martin (mezzo-soprano), Thomas Cooley (tenor), York Felix Speer (bass)

    WDR Rundfunkchor Koln, WDR Sinfonieorchester Koln, Rupert Huber
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    Dipping into the new Herreweghe box set. Beginning with music I don't know: Mendelssohn's Paulus and Requiems by Campra and Gilles. Also Bruckner's Mass #3 and Mozart's Great Mass (both of which I do know). Saving the Bach (which is almost a third of the set).

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    Allegri: Miserere & Palestrina: Stabat Mater & other choral works

    The Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Sir David Willcocks

    Allegri: Miserere mei, Deus
    Palestrina: Hodie Beata Virgo
    Palestrina: Litaniae de Beata Virgine Maria, 8vv
    Palestrina: Magnificat Primi toni
    Palestrina: Senex Puerum Portabat
    Palestrina: Stabat mater
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    "Credo" by Arvo Pärt

    https://youtu.be/WvZqNQ71l0k
    'A symphony must be like the world. It must contain everything.'
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    Hummel- Missa Solemnis in C major, etc.

    Patricia Wright (soprano), Helen Medlyn (alto), Patrick Power (tenor), David Griffiths (bass)

    Tower Voices New Zealand, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Uwe Grodd


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    Bach Christmas Oratorio / Harnoncourt

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidA View Post
    Bach Christmas Oratorio / Harnoncourt
    I have read good opinions about this recording.

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    Liszt - Via Crucis (The 14 Stations of the Cross), S53

    Reinbert de Leeuw (piano)

    Netherlands Chamber Choir
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    Vivaldi - Juditha Triumphans
    Diego Fasolis: I Barocchisti, Coro Della Svizzera Italiana

    Manuela Custer, Roberta Inveernizzi, Guillemette Laurens, Sara Mingardo, Tiziana Pizzi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taplow View Post


    Vivaldi - Juditha Triumphans
    Diego Fasolis: I Barocchisti, Coro Della Svizzera Italiana

    Manuela Custer, Roberta Inveernizzi, Guillemette Laurens, Sara Mingardo, Tiziana Pizzi
    Must be very different from the one I played a few days back?
    ( Style I mean)
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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