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    Spooky Tooth: Ceremony

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    Wonderful music.
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    I love sacred music. I got the Mozart 225 box set when it came out and I realized yesterday that I know his operas, symphonies, concertos and sonatas intimately, but I’ve never focused on his sacred music. I’m all over it lately.
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    THE ETON CHOIRBOOK
    15th-16th Century - Eton College, England
    John Browne - Edmundus Sturton - Johannes Sutton - Robert Wylkynson
    Huelgas Ensemble
    Paul Van Nevel - director

    Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
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    Mozart: The Complete Masonic Music
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    Stravinsky: Mass and Symphony of Psalms

    Yesterday and today I created playlists of a dozen or so different recordings of each work (two playlists) and have been listening on random play mode to them. I like listening in the way in order to quickly hear various performances, as opposed to listening to the entire work repeatedly.

    But I love both works and hearing the movements bouncing around is fun for a change.

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    I have about a dozen Missa and just picked up on this one because it includes Waltraud Meier. Awesome! This may become my favorite Missa. I have ordered the CD.
    "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Ephesians 6:12

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFootScowl View Post
    I have about a dozen Missa and just picked up on this one because it includes Waltraud Meier. Awesome! This may become my favorite Missa. I have ordered the CD.
    Have you heard the recently released Jacobs recording? All I can say is - WOW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gellio View Post
    Have you heard the recently released Jacobs recording? All I can say is - WOW!
    Have not heard it. I should check out clips at Presto.
    "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Ephesians 6:12

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFootScowl View Post
    Have not heard it. I should check out clips at Presto.
    It is so great. I hope he does Brahms requiem someday.
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    ACANTUS
    Sacred "Songs of the People" from Medieval Italy
    Acantus

    Gimell
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    One at a time
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    Giacomo Carissimi(1605-1674)
    Cantatas and Mass: Sciolto Havean Dall'alte Sponde

    Le Istitutioni Harmoniche
    Marco Longhini
    Label: Stradivarius


    Johann Melchior Gletle(1626-1683)

    Triumphale Canticum
    Musica Fiorita
    Daniela Dolci

    Label: Orf Edition Alte Musik
    "In God I Hope, in Music I Trust."

    "I Do Not Want to Be The Master of My Life, But The Magician of My Life."

    Me.

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    Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Cantatas. I.a.:
    Es ist eine Stimme eines Predigers in der Wüste.
    Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei
    Glorious opening choruses and hymns. The arias are very good, too, not quite the JS standard, though.

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    UTOPIA TRIUMPHANS
    The Great Polyphony of the Renaissance
    Thomas Tallis - Costanzo Porta - Josquin Desprez - Johannes Ockeghem - Pierre de Manchicourt - Giovanni Gabrieli - Allesandro Striggio
    Huelgas Ensemble
    Paul Van Nevel - director

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