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    Another gorgeous performance by Gerald Finley! 'Just uploaded by Medici.TV Puccini, Messa di Gloria, Gerald Finley, Benjamin Bernheim (new to me), Antonio Pappano (I am grateful for all that he has done for CM)

    This is a clip. I am about to watch the full performance.



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    Still exploring their fabulous La Rue and now this coming next month. On a roll baby...


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    Flos virginum, Motets of the 15th Century

    1. Johannes BRASSART (c.1400-1455) O rex Frerice - In tuo advent
    2. Johannes TOURANT (fl.1450-1470) O florens rosa
    3. John (?) FOREST (fl c.1430-50) Anima mea liquefacta est
    4. Johannes de SARTO (fl.c1430-40) Romanorum rex
    5. Johannes MARTINI (c.1430-1497) Flos virinum
    6. ANON (Nikolaus Leopold Codex) O propugnator
    7. Johannes PUILLOIS (d.1478) Flos de Spina
    8. ANON (Nikolaus Leopold Codex) Ave Mundi spes/In Gottes Namen
    9. Guillaume DUFAY (c.1397-1474) Missa S.Georgii: Alleluia
    10. ANON (Trent Codices) Dies est letitie
    11. ANON O beata infantia
    12. Ludovicus KRAFFT (fl.c.1460) Novus annus
    13. Johannes ROULLT (fl.c.1435-45) Laus tibi
    14. ANON (Trent Codices) Advenisti desiderabilis
    15. KRAFFT Terribilis est
    16. ANON (Trent Codices) Christus surrexit

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    Monteverdi Vespers, from San Marco Venice, originally broadcast by BBC 1990; 1h30m duration maybe save for the evening.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Vespro-Dell...di+vespers+DVD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetmike View Post
    Monteverdi Vespers, from San Marco Venice, originally broadcast by BBC 1990; 1h30m duration maybe save for the evening.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Vespro-Dell...di+vespers+DVD
    Wonderful performance! I’ve never seen the video but I’ve loved the CDs for almost 30 years!

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    CREATOR SPIRITUS
    Veni Creator - The Deer's Cry - Psalom - Most Holy Mother of God - Solfeggio - My Heart's in the Highlands - Peace Upon You, Jerusalem - Ein Wallfahrtslied - Morning Star - Stabat Mater
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    Theatre of Voices
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    Paul Hillier - director
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    O Quam Gloriosum - Tomas Luis de Victoria. Glorious indeed.
    Friends come and go. Enemies accumulate!

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    In order of personal preference... One of my favourite works as I never fail to hear something with each listening that I had not heard before.

    Superb thread - allow me to express my gratitude for its creation -
    Last edited by Mollie John; Mar-21-2019 at 15:15.

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    This is a link to the complete release - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mlc6...vjVJl3IMtVtqc0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mollie John View Post
    one of my favorite Renaissance (and possibly all time) masses. Your link is inaccessible in my country, though there are other versions on youtbe

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    Mozart Mass in C minor / Karajan

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    In 1833 Mendelssohn staged Handel's "Israel in Egypt", wrote a new overture (have to admire his brass on that one, eh?), re-orchestrated Handel's score, and thus may be charitably thought of as being somewhat less than authentic.

    Technically it is a "period instrument" recording with Robert King using instrumentation from Mendelssohn's time rather than Handel's and as you'll hear, the singing style is that of the 19th rather than the 18th century and while a coupling of Baroque and Romantic stylings should be somewhat disconcerting I personally find this performance to be one of my favourites and one that I return to more frequently than the Gardiner/Monteverdi Choir/English Baroque Soloists version.

    Link to the complete performance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvRo...neFW7Jbyf9o7Oc

    My apologies in advance if the links do not work in your country - but a search in your own country's version of YouTube often will bring up a version that has been licensed for your present residence.

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