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    Cristóbal de Morales. Missa Si Bona Suscepimus. Tallis Scholars


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    EPIPHANY MASS
    as it may have been celebrated in St. Thomas, Leipzig, c. 1740
    Johann Sebastian Bach
    Anonymous, Johann Pachelbel, Michael Praetorius
    James Johnstone, Timothy Roberts, Peter Harvey, Angus Davidson - soloists
    Paul McCreesh - conductor
    Gabrieli Consort & Players
    Congregational Choirs of Freberg and Dresden

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    Saint-Saëns:Requiem, Op. 54/Psaume XVIII

    Françoise Pollet (soprano)

    Orchestre Nationale d'Ile de France, Jacques Mercier
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    Handel 'Let the Bright Seraphim' / Sutherland. Top D is incredible!

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    Absalon Fili Mi (Pierre de la Rue?)
    Last edited by regenmusic; Jan-09-2016 at 06:37. Reason: Title of work : Absalon Fili Mi (Pierre de la Rue?)

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    Bach's Ave Maria on different instruments on YouTube.
    Been writing about the same. I am fond.
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    Haydn's Harmoniemesse. His Last Words of Christ was what got me into classical music, but only a year later I began to really listening to him.

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    Bottesini: Messa da Requiem
    Edited by Thomas Martin, Josep Prats and Peter Broadbent

    Marta Mathéu (soprano), Gemma Coma-Alabert (mezzo-soprano), Agustín Prunell-Friend (tenor) & Enric Martínez-Castignani (baritone)

    Joyful Company of Singers & London Philharmonic Orchestra, Thomas Martin
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    PANAGIA
    Six Byzantine Greek prayers to the Panagia, one of the names of the Virgin Mary, Mother of Christ, set to music.
    Stephan Micus - Bavarian zither, dilruba, chitrali sitar, sattar, 14-string guitar, nay, voice

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    Charles Stanford - Tenor John Mark Ainsley, Stephen Cleobury & The Choir of King's College, Cambridge.


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    Wrong thread, sorry
    Last edited by Pugg; Jan-11-2016 at 15:16.
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    Handel "Judas Maccabaeus" listening now
    Man muss das Leben tanzen

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    Bach's Magnificat in D (Philips John Eliot Gardiner recording)

    I thought I could listen to the very end of the Gloria Patri movement without tearing up, but I did again. lol. There's just something about it--I consider it one of the most beautiful moments in all of choral music.
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    Thanks to helenora for reminding me


    Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63
    Sung in German

    Ernst Haefliger, Peter Schreier, Theo Adam & Gundula Janowitz

    Solistenvereinigung, Großer Chor des Berliner Rundfunks & Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Helmut Koch

    This oratorio contains the famous “See the Conqu’ring hero comes” which made it a popular work. Complete recording in German.
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