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    Bruckner: Mass No. 3 in F minor

    Karita Mattila (soprano), Marjana Lipovsek (mezzo-soprano), Thomas Moser (tenor), Kurt Moll (bass)

    Symphonieorchester und Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Sir Colin Davis.
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    This - it gives me gooseflesh (in a good way).

    ~ Mollie ~
    My fiddle my joy.

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    In a world which is ruled by gangsters and maniacs, art means nothing but just a junk food and there's no hope for human's salvation throughout... (Shāmlou)

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    In this case, watching last night.
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    Monteverdi: Vespro della beata Vergine (1610)

    Montserrat Figueras, Maria Cristina Kiehr, Livio Picotti, Paolo Costa, Guy de Mey, Gian Paolo Fagotto, Gerd Turk, Pietro Spagnoli, Roberto Abondanza, Daniele Carnovich

    La Capella Reial, Coro del Centro Musica Antica di Padova, Jordi Savall.
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    I have been studying Oratorios, reading the scores and listening to the following resources:
    Hayden: Creation (cd: Robert Shaw)
    Mendelssohn: Elijah (cd: Robert Shaw)
    Handel: Messiah (dvd: King's College College, Cleobury,,,great version; and, St. Martin in the Fields, Marriner)

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    I have been studying Oratorios, reading the scores and listening to the following resources:
    Hayden: Creation (cd: Robert Shaw)
    Mendelssohn: Elijah (cd: Robert Shaw)
    Handel: Messiah (dvd: King's College College, Cleobury,,,great version; and, St. Martin in the Fields, Marriner)

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    Vivaldi:Gloria in D major, RV589/ Magnificat, RV611
    ed. Malipiero

    Teresa Berganza & Lucia Valentini Terrani (mezzos)

    New Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra, Riccardo Muti.
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    Mayr: Requiem in G minor

    Siri Karoline Thornhill, Katharina Ruckgaber (sopranos), Theresa Holzhauser, Brigitte Thoma (altos), Markus Schäfer, Robert Sellier (tenors), Martin Berner, Ludwig Mittelhammer, Virgil Mischok (basses)

    Simon Mayr Chorus and Ensemble, Franz Hauk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post



    Monteverdi: Vespro della beata Vergine (1610)

    Montserrat Figueras, Maria Cristina Kiehr, Livio Picotti, Paolo Costa, Guy de Mey, Gian Paolo Fagotto, Gerd Turk, Pietro Spagnoli, Roberto Abondanza, Daniele Carnovich

    La Capella Reial, Coro del Centro Musica Antica di Padova, Jordi Savall.
    Great recording and among my favourites for Monteverdi's Vespro della Beata Vergine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSBach85 View Post
    Great recording and among my favourites for Monteverdi's Vespro della Beata Vergine.
    Must be right upon your taste, I like it also but the first Gardener recording ( Decca) remains my favourite.
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    VESPERS FOR ST. MICHAEL'S DAY
    Hieronymous Praetorius
    Weser - Renaissance Bremen
    Manfred Cordes - director

    CPO
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    Vivaldi: Nisi Dominus/ Motets


    Teresa Berganza / Antoni Ros Marbà
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    Haven't listened to any lately, but really enjoyed performing Berlioz's Requiem back in college, U. of Iowa.

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    I've composed a mass in Latin for chamber orchestra and choir which was performed about 10 years ago. May post it someday.

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