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    Listened today .. and enjoyed greatly:

    Cherubini ‎– Requiem

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    Only limitation? A slightly bright recording ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by The3Bs View Post
    Listened today .. and enjoyed greatly:

    Cherubini ‎– Requiem

    213-Cherubini_Requiem_Fasolis.jpg

    Only limitation? A slightly bright recording ....

    Try the Muti recording
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    Try the Muti recording


    I will try.. I am not sure I have it... if not there is always Spotify to help ....

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    Sacrum Convivium - Messiaen

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    J.S. Bach: Mass in B minor

    Maria Keohane, Joanne Lunn, Alex Potter, Jan Kobow, Peter Harvey, Else Torp, Hanna Kappelin
    Concerto Copenhagen
    Lars Ulrik Mortensen

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    Better than yours


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiled View Post
    Like nothing you have heard before. Golijov's parents are Hassidic Jews living in Argentina. His music is a mixture of Classical music, Hassidic music, tango and even gaucho music. You will either love it or hate it. I don't care I listen to it very often.
    While it is true that Osvaldo Golijov grew up in a Jewish family, I would be surprised if they were Hassidic, or even very observant. His father was a physician and his mother a piano teacher. There are Jewish communities all over South America but in general they are cultural Jews and while they may be traditional, they are not ritually religious.

    As far as the St. Mark Passion, I agree it is a wonderful work, but I prefer this other recording:

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    Conducted by Maria Guinand; performed by Reynaldo González Fernández, Luciana Souza and Samia Ibrahim, Orquesta La Pasión and Schola Cantorum de Carácas.

    I am a great fan of Golijov and consider him one of the more interesting of our living composers.

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    Dietrich Buxtehude:

    Wacht! Euch zum Streit - Das jüngste Gericht (The Last Judgement)

    Cornelia Samuelis
    Monika Mauch
    Gela Birckenstaedt
    La Capella Ducale
    Musica Fiata
    Roland Wilson (conductor)

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    Sad Al Sad

    Better than yours
    Has nothing to do with religion, stop trolling.
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    Bomtempo: Requiem à la mémoire de L. de Camoes Op.23

    Michel Brodard (bass), Liliana Bizineche-Eisinger (mezzo-soprano), Reinaldo Macias (tenor), Angela Maria Blasi (soprano), Chorus Of The Gulbenkian Fundation, Lisboa (lead vocals)
    Gulbenkian Orchestra, Chorus of the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
    Michel Corboz
    Recorded: 1994-06-16
    Recording Venue: 14-16th June 1994. Auditorium of the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.

    Suppé: Requiem for soloists, chorus & orchestra (1855)

    Luis Rodrigues (bass), Elizabete Matos (soprano), Mirjam Kalin (vocals), Aquiles Machado (tenor), Chorus Of The Gulbenkian Fundation, Lisboa (lead vocals)
    Gulbenkian Orchestra, Chorus Of The Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
    Michel Corboz
    Recorded: 1997-03-01
    Recording Venue: March 1997. Recorded live; Lisbon, Gulbenkian Foundation.

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    Do not know what to say about these... I did not know them until recently...
    Bontempo seems to follow a certain recipe.. and there are passages that seem inspired in works from the same era...
    Suppé seems more unique and overall a stronger composition...
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    J.S. Bach: Cantatas BWV 48, 73, 44 & 109
    Philippe Herreweghe w/Collegium Vocale Gent

    From the CVG 50th anniversary box

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    Liszt - Via Crusis | Reinbert de Leeuw, Netherlands Chamber Choir

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    Ockeghem: Missæ cuiusvis toni & prolationum

    The Sound and the Fury


    Missa Cuiusvis Toni in D
    Missa Cuiusvis Toni in E
    Missa Cuiusvis Toni in F sharp
    Missa Prolationum
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    Giuseppe Peranda:
    Mass in A minor
    Repleti sunt omnes
    Accurite gentes
    Fasciculus myrrhae
    Timor et tremor
    Factum est proelium

    David Pohle: Sonata à 6

    Vincenzo Albrici: Sinfonia à 2

    Miriam Feuersinger, Maria Cristina Kiehr (sopranos)
    Alex Potter (countertenor)
    Raphael Höhn, Jakob Pilgrim (tenors)
    Markus Flaig (bass)
    Abendmusiken Basel
    Jörg-Andreas Bötticher (director)

    https://andrewbensonwilson.org/2019/...-from-dresden/
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    THE NIGHT OF SAINT NICOLAS
    A Medieval Liturgy for Advent
    Medieval Anonymous
    La Reverdie
    I Cantori Gregoriani


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