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    Rossini/ Haydn/ Dvorak/ Poulenc/ Pergolesi to name a few.

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    Dvorak
    Pergolesi
    Szymanowski
    Haydn

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    ApartAnother vote for John Browne from me. I have Christ Church Oxford's recording on the first volume of their Eton Choirbook series.

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    1. Josquin Desprez (1480)
    2. Antonio Vivaldi (1727)
    3. Sebastián de Vivanco (1600)
    4. John Browne (1490)
    5. Alessandro Scarlatti (1723)
    6. Luigi Boccherini (1781)
    7. Franz Joseph Haydn (1767)
    8. Antonio Caldara (1700)
    9. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1590)
    10. Orlande de Lassus (1585)
    11. Domenico Scarlatti (1715)
    12. Giovanni Pergolesi (1736)
    13. Agostino Steffani (1728)
    14. Giovanni Gualberto Brunetti (1764)
    15. Johann Zach (1750)
    16. Quirino Gasparini (1770)
    17. Alonso de Alba (1510)
    18. Giovanni Felice Sances (1636)
    19. Giovanni Platti (1750)
    20. Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga (1825)
    21. Sébastien de Brossard (1702)
    22. José de Nebra (1752)
    23. Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1670)
    24. Josep Pla (1756)
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    I'm rather unfamiliar with the Stabat Mater and only really became aware of it because I love Scarlatti's keyboard sonata's and wanted to see what else he wrote. But thanks to this thread I'll be looking in Dvorak's and Szymanowski's Stabat Mater as well.

    Currently I'm listening to Gardiner's recording of Scarlatti's Stabat Mater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSBach85 View Post
    1. Josquin Desprez (1480)
    2. Antonio Vivaldi (1727)
    3. Sebastián de Vivanco (1600)
    4. John Browne (1490)
    5. Alessandro Scarlatti (1723)
    6. Luigi Boccherini (1781)
    7. Franz Joseph Haydn (1767)
    8. Antonio Caldara (1700)
    9. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1590)
    10. Orlande de Lassus (1585)
    11. Domenico Scarlatti (1715)
    12. Giovanni Pergolesi (1736)
    13. Agostino Steffani (1728)
    14. Giovanni Gualberto Brunetti (1764)
    15. Johann Zach (1750)
    16. Quirino Gasparini (1770)
    17. Alonso de Alba (1510)
    18. Giovanni Felice Sances (1636)
    19. Giovanni Platti (1750)
    20. Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga (1825)
    21. Sébastien de Brossard (1702)
    22. José de Nebra (1752)
    23. Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1670)
    24. Josep Pla (1756)
    Nice, thanks. I am stunned I did not noticed Charpentier has a Stabat Mater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultimate Stabatmater Web View Post
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    My favorite is Rossini's setting. An extremely underrated masterpiece!

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    Dvořák, Poulenc and Szymanowski come to my mind immediately.
    "When a man is in despair, it means that he still believes in something." - Dmitri Shostakovich

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    Don’t want to ruffle any feathers but I find Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater very easy on the ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinJS View Post
    Don’t want to ruffle any feathers but I find Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater very easy on the ears.
    You're not, it's a great piece. I do have the Decca one.
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.” ― Mark Twain

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    1. Pergolesi
    2. D. Scarlatti
    3. Rossini

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    I did spin this one this morning, wonderful.
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