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Thread: Sacred music; what have you been listening to lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcelo23moreira View Post


    Johann Sebastiani (1622-1683) - Matthaus Passion (1672) ( Ricercar Consort, dir. Philippe Pierlot ) 2002http://intoclassics.net/news/2011-05-28-23449
    This is a great recording of a neglected composer. Great balance between voices and instruments, using a small scale as it should have been performed historically. The vocal cast has great singers such as Max van Egmond, one of my favourite bass and the amazing Belgian soprano Greta De Reyghere. Without any question this is one of my favourite recordings of german baroque composers.

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    Handel Solomon

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    Braunfels: Grosse Messe (Great Mass), Op. 37

    Simone Schneider (soprano), Gerhild Romberger (alto), Christian Elsner (tenor), Robert Holl (bass) & Heiko Holtmeier (organ)

    Philharmonischer Chor Berlin, Berliner Singakademie, Knaben des Staats-und Domchores Berlin & Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Jorg-Peter Weigle
    " Music is the only global language and does not need to be translated."

    Berthold Auerbach.

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    Bach St Matthew Passion

    Herreweghe

    I am coming to the conclusion that this is my favourite version. It is his first recording of the work with Crook as evangelist

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    Bach St Matthew Passion

    Herreweghe

    I am coming to the conclusion that this is my favourite version. It is his first recording of the work with Howard Crook as evangelist

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

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    Last edited by Joe B; Today at 00:19.
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Mozart: Requiem & Vesperae Solennes de Confessore

    Karita Mattila, Sara Mingardo, Michael Schade & Bryn Terfel

    Schwedischer Rundfunkchor & Berliner Philharmoniker, Claudio Abbado
    " Music is the only global language and does not need to be translated."

    Berthold Auerbach.

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