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    I was so modern today, that I downloaded Mass no. 6 by Schubert from spotify to my phone, and heard it in the car via bluetooth Oh, it was fantastic, Abbado conducting.

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    The Chants of Angels - Gloriae Dei Cantores Schola

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    The time is fast approaching. Bach, St. John Passion BWV 245

    Helmuth Rilling, Stuttgart Bach Collegium, Matthias Goerne

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    Just out on the Alia Vox label, Jordi Savall with a hugely enjoyable reconstruction of Bach's missing Markus Passion:

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    New BF release arrived yesterday, listening to Maria Zart now. $30 for only 2 masses and 94 minutes seems a bit tight and I hope it's not a trend. Last year's De La Rue contained 4 masses spanning 129 minutes for the same price.

    Musically La Rue, a personal favorite, sounds like the better composer as well. This Obrecht release may not be essential in the sense that it won't make me forget about the Tallis and Sound & Fury alternatives.

    One sleeper in their catalog is the Bauldewyn feauring low voices and an almost raga-like style of polyphony and it's tempting me into yet more materialistic urges. Help!!!

    PS I may have been to harsh on first impression as the Agnus Dei is very effective... the way BF stretches out the vocal lines... with Tallis this mass has momentum, with BF it is more hypnotic...

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    Dvorak, Requiem, Herreweghe



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    Bach, Ich habe genug BWV 82, Matthias Goerne



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    Monteverdi, Vespro della Beata Vergine, J. E. Gardiner, San Marco, Venice, 1990



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    Mozart Mass in C minor / Gardiner

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    Bach St Matthew Passion / Jacobs

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    Guy Cutting (tenor), Emma Tring (soprano), Francesca Millar (soprano), Isabelle Blain (alto), Samuel Costello (tenor), Freddie Crowley (bass), Nicholas Trapp (bass)
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    Bruckner: Derde Mis in f, 'Grote' - Radio Filharmonisch Orkest & Groot Omroepkoor -
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    Default Perotin - Viderunt omnes; Notre Dame Catherdal

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    Pérotin - Vidérunt omnes



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    Yesterday's tragic loss prompted some people to pray and listen to Léonin and Pérotin, composers of the Notre Dame School. Now being Holy Week the painting La déscente de St.-Esprit (The descent of the Holy Spirit) is premature, but Pentecost or Whitsunday comes later this spring.
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    Handel: Joshua (COMPLETE)
    From yesterday.
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    Beethoven - CHRISTUS AM ÖLBERGE - OP 85 - Christ on the Mount of Olives
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