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    Hieronymus Praetorius

    Missa in Festo Sanctissimae Trinitatis

    Volker Jänig (organ)
    Weser-Renaissance Bremen
    Manfred Cordes (conductor)

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    Verdi Requiem / Karajan

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    Handel's Susanna, conducted by Laurence Cummings

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    Last edited by Reichstag aus LICHT; Nov-05-2018 at 20:16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biwa View Post
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    Hieronymus Praetorius

    Missa in Festo Sanctissimae Trinitatis

    Volker Jänig (organ)
    Weser-Renaissance Bremen
    Manfred Cordes (conductor)
    I see that you are really keen on this music. I like this, because I'm doing the same: Some composers, some works, very specific kinds of music, etc.
    Alles Vergängliche ist nur ein Gleichnis; das Unzulängliche, hier wird's Ereignis;
    das Unbeschreibliche, hier ist's getan; das Ewig-Weibliche zieht uns hinan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimace View Post
    I see that you are really keen on this music. I like this, because I'm doing the same: Some composers, some works, very specific kinds of music, etc.
    I enjoy reading your posts on various threads here as well. Yes, I find myself being pulled in 2 directions: toward the past and also toward modern & contemporary music.

    The more I delve into the music of the Baroque and Renaissance, the more gorgeous music I discover. And as I mentioned, we certainly have been (and are being) spoiled by ever more beautiful performances and recordings of these treasures. A glorious time to experience this music...even if we're in a different century. Oh well, better late than never. LOL!

    For this dark rainy night's listening, a ray of Handelian sunlight with...

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    Georg Friedrich Händel:

    Solomon

    Tim Mead
    Dominique Labelle
    Claron McFadden
    Michael Slattery
    Roderick Williams
    Winchester Cathedral Choir
    Händel Festspielorchester Göttingen
    Nicholas McGegan (conductor)

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    Psalm 114 to Tonus Peregrinus

    I'm like my avatar .................. a local ruin

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    DE PROFUNDIS
    CÆCILLA VIRGO ET MARTYR
    Marc-Antoine Charpentier
    Gents Madrigaalkoor
    Cantabile-Gent
    Musica Polyphonica

    Louis Devos - director

    Erato
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    IKONS
    A Sampling of Works to Illuminate the Accompanying Text
    John Tavener
    Various Artists

    Harper Collins Fount
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    On first listen... I didn't like it and couldn't finish it. These people drive hard and never slow down.



    Spotify saved me $$$ on this one...
    Last edited by philoctetes; Nov-16-2018 at 00:25.

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    Back to the "old school", instant relief...


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    Quote Originally Posted by philoctetes View Post
    On first listen... I didn't like it and couldn't finish it. These people drive hard and never slow down.



    Spotify saved me $$$ on this one...
    I'm sorry to hear that, as unfortunately I've got it on order. I liked the Tallis Scholars new recording well enough though.

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    MASSES BY TALLIS & SHEPPARD
    Mass: Salve Intemerata Virgo
    Thomas Tallis
    Mass: The Western Wind
    John Sheppard
    The Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge
    George Guest - director
    Ian Shaw - organ

    Musical Heritage Society via Academy Sound & Vision
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    Quote Originally Posted by philoctetes View Post
    Back to the "old school", instant relief...

    This Gimmel release look awesome Josquin is always awesome , his music is incredible and i love Tallis Scholars , good taste sir

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    TRIODION
    Arvo Pärt
    Polyphony
    Christopher Bowers-Broadbent - organ
    Stephen Layton - conductor

    Hyperion
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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