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    LAMENTATIONS
    Holy Week in Provence
    Bouzignac, Ceppede, Carpentras, Gilles, Vitre, Godolin, Gregorian chant
    Schola Cantorum of Boston
    Boston Camerata
    Joel Cohen - director

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    Bach, C P E:
    Magnificat in D, Wq. 215 (H772)
    Sinfonia in G major, Wq. 180 (H655)
    Symphony in G major, Wq. 173 (H648)

    Venceslava Hruba-Freiberger (soprano), Barbara Bornemann (alto), Peter Schreier (tenor), Olaf Bär (baritone)

    Berlin Radio Chorus, C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra, Hartmut Haenchen

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    The King's Consort's fine recording of Mendelssohn's version of Handel's Israel in Egypt. Video clip and details here:


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    Twilight Zone TV Music, vols. 1 & 2
    Soundtrack to The Shining

    ...oh, I thought you said scared music...

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    Vivaldi: Magnificat & Gloria
    Gloria in D major, RV589
    Magnificat, RV611
    ed. Malipiero

    Teresa Berganza & Lucia Valentini Terrani (mezzos)

    New Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra, Riccardo Muti

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    Mozart: Requiem.
    For all those innocent people who lost their lives at that brutal attack in Brussels .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Mozart: Requiem.
    For all those innocent people who lost their lives at that brutal attack in Brussels .
    I just heard the news a few minutes ago. I am going to start to play the Herreweghe 1997.
    Last edited by JosefinaHW; Mar-22-2016 at 20:25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Are you sure that this is a religious record?
    Sorry for the inordinate delay Pugg. But I suppose it depends on ones religion.
    Noli Illegitimi Carborundum

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    Bach, St. Matthew Passion, Berlin Philharmonic, Rattle, Mark Padmore

    http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/r/B...ker/BPHR140021

    stmatthewpassion padmore..jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosefinaHW View Post
    Bach, St. Matthew Passion, Berlin Philharmonic, Rattle, Mark Padmore

    http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/r/B...ker/BPHR140021

    stmatthewpassion padmore..jpg
    I've seen this on The Mezzo Channel, did you like it by just listening?

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    Russian Orthodox Passion
    Antiphons for Good Friday

    Contents:
    1. Die Fürsten der Völker versammelten sich - Gesetzesloses beschlossen sie wider mich (Antiphon 1)
    2. Judas eilte fort und sagte (Antiphon 2)
    3. Wegen der Auferweckung des Lazarus - Bei Deinem Abendmahle, Christus - Sie, die dir das Leben gab, o Herr (Antiphon 3)
    4. Heute verlässt Judas den Lehrer - Brüder, lasset uns die Bruderliebe in Christus erwerben (Antiphon 4)
    5. Der Jünger des Meisters nahm den Preis an - heute sprach der Schöpfer des Himmels (Antiphon 5)
    6. Heute wacht Judas, den Herrn zu verraten (Antiphon 6)
    7. Den Gesetzlosen, die dich gefangen nahmen (Antiphon 7)
    8. Ihr Gesetzlosen sprechet: Was hörtet ihr - Er soll gekreuzigt werden, riefen sie (Antiphon 8)
    9. Da legten sie die dreißig Silberlinge vor (Antiphon 9)
    10. Der sich mit Licht umkleidet wie mit einem Gewande - Der Jünger verleugnete, der Räuber rief: (Antiphon 10)
    11. Für das Gute, das du, Christus (Antiphon 11)
    12. Dies spricht der Herr zu den Jude (Antiphon 12)
    13. Die Versammlung der Juden bat den Pilatus (Antiphon 13)
    14. Du hast, Herr, den Räuber als Weggenossen genommen (Antiphon 14)
    15. Heute hängt am Kreuze der, der die Erde über den Wassern (Antiphon 15)
    16. Ansprache von Erzbischof Hilarion am Karfreitag vor dem Grabtuch Christi

    Choir of Danilov Monastery Moscow, Georgy Safonov

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    THE ROSARY SONATAS
    Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
    Andrew Manze - violin
    Richard Egarr - organ, harpsichord

    Harmonia Mundi
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    Right now I'm listening to this rendition of the St. John Passion by Konrad Junghänel and Cantus Cölln. It's really amazing.


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    Verdi:Requiem

    Leontyne Price (soprano), Rosalind Elias (mezzo-soprano), Jussi Björling (tenor), Giorgio Tozzi (bass)

    Wiener Philharmoniker, Singverein der Gesellscaft der Musikfreunde, Wien, Fritz Reiner


    Quattro Pezzi Sacri
    Yvonne Minton (mezzo-soprano)

    Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Master Chorale, Zubin Mehta

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    VIA CRUCIS
    Rappresentazione della gloriosa Passione di Cristo
    L'Arpeggiata
    Christina Pluhar - harp, director

    Virgin Classics
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