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    THE LIFE OF MARY
    Cantigas for the Feasts of Holy Mary
    Alfonso X "The Wise" 1221 - 1284
    Música Antigua
    Valle de los Caídos Monastery Children's Choir

    Eduardo Paniagua - director

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    William Byrd and Chanticleer:

    byrdmissachanticleer.jpg

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    VENETIAN VESPERS
    First Vespers of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, as it might have been celebrated in St. Mark's in 1643
    Monteverdi - Rigatti - Grandi - Cavalli
    Gabrieli Consort & Players
    Paul McCreesh - director

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    Duruflé & Fauré
    : Requiems

    Judith Blegen (soprano), James Morris (bass)

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Robert Shaw
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    KISS OF PEACE
    Songs from the Dendermonde Manuscript
    Hidegard von Bingen
    PER-SONAT
    Sabine Lutzenberger - soprano, bells
    Baptiste Romain - medieval vielles, bowed lyre

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmsummer View Post


    VENETIAN VESPERS
    First Vespers of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, as it might have been celebrated in St. Mark's in 1643
    Monteverdi - Rigatti - Grandi - Cavalli
    Gabrieli Consort & Players
    Paul McCreesh - director

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    Great recording. McCreesh is one of my favourite conductors for Gabrieli: his reconstructions of vespers and masses are quite interesting since very few conductors proceed like this: I have in my mind John Butt. His Victoria's Requiem is also my favourite recording for this work. Do not miss this one: Music for San Rocco



    contains a great reconstruction of Gabrieli's Magnificat for 33 voices:

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    Verdi: Requiem

    Renée Fleming (soprano), Olga Borodina (mezzo-soprano), Andrea Bocelli (tenor), Ildebrando D'Arcangelo (bass)

    Kirov Orchestra and Chorus, Valery Gergiev
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    Handel Jeptha - BBC Record Review

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    I've listened to Bach's - Mass in B minor for about the 4th time and it is the most beautiful sacred music I've heard so far. The amazing polyphony and counterpoint....

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    Beethoven -Missa Solemnis.


    Gundula Janowitz (soprano), Agnes Baltsa (mezzo), Peter Schreier (tenor), José Van Dam (bass)


    Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Berliner Philharmoniker- Herbert von Karajan
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    Vivaldi: Beatus Vir -Lauda Jerusalem et al.

    Ensemble Instrumental De Lausanne Michel Corboz
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