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    Robert Holl: Dutch baritone.

    Is the Järvi guy related to Neeme?
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    Rossini: Stabat Mater

    Katia Ricciarelli, Lucia Valentini-Terrani, Dalmacio Gonzalez & Ruggero Raimondi

    Philharmonia Chorus, Carlo Maria Giulini.
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    FRAGMENTS
    The fragmented survival of the distant musical past in manuscript collections which are often in incomplete or damaged condition, and to the fragmentation of Christianity into Eastern Orthodoxy and Western Catholicism.
    Anonymous, Perotinus, Matteo Da Perugia, Antonio Zachara da Teramo, Manuel Gazes, John Plousiadenos
    Theatre of Voices
    Paul Hillier - director

    Harmonia Mundi
    P.M. Summer
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    Motets of Josquin Desprez. Extraordinary composer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post





    Puccini:Messa di Gloria

    José Carreras, Hermann Prey

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Ambrosian Singers, Claudio Scimone
    listening to it now. for the first time in my life, must be somewhat of a "religious" opera, like Rossini's Stabat Mater.....

    but ok, should listen till the end to know for sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenora View Post
    listening to it now. for the first time in my life, must be somewhat of a "religious" opera, like Rossini's Stabat Mater.....

    but ok, should listen till the end to know for sure
    And again spot on, wonderful music though .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    And again spot on, wonderful music though .
    absolutely, magnificent !
    for me Puccini was only operas....
    but in fact the most precious stuff all of them composed ( at least for my taste) is in a field of so called " religious" music.
    I think it's due to the fact almost all of them were believers , even practicing it, therefore these religious works are by default wonderfully composed ....so is my point of view without going into details
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    Handel Messiah / McCreesh

    Got this for next to nothing second hand but it is a magnificent performance. Great soloists, choir, the lot!

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    Bruckner: Te Deum and other works




    Te Deum in C major, WAB 45

    Psalm 150, for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra

    Maria Stader, Sieglinde Wagner, Ernst Haefliger, Peter Lagger

    Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin & Berliner Philharmoniker, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Eugen Jochum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    For those new to this, the Stabat Mater tells of Mary weeping at the foot of the cross. Going by that album cover, you might be led to believe that it's about chiropractors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post



    Bruckner: Te Deum and other works




    Te Deum in C major, WAB 45

    Psalm 150, for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra

    Maria Stader, Sieglinde Wagner, Ernst Haefliger, Peter Lagger

    Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin & Berliner Philharmoniker, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Eugen Jochum

    I've listen to Te Deum yesterday . Today I'm still in Puccini's Messa di Gloria. it's amazing how he wrote "Miserere dominus" part- Verdi's "Big guitar" accompaniment , uncomplicated melody almost suitable for little kids choir and voila purity and light!
    my new enlightenment
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    THE AGE OF CATHERDRALS
    Music from the Magnus Liber Organi
    Anonymous, Albertus Parisiensis, Philip the Chancellor, Adam of St. Victor, Leoninus, Perotinus
    Theatre of Voices
    Paul Elliott - voice
    Alan Bennett - voice
    Paul Hillier - voice, director

    Harmonia Mundi
    P.M. Summer
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    Palestrina, Missa Assumpta est Maria

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenora View Post
    I've listen to Te Deum yesterday . Today I'm still in Puccini's Messa di Gloria. it's amazing how he wrote "Miserere dominus" part- Verdi's "Big guitar" accompaniment , uncomplicated melody almost suitable for little kids choir and voila purity and light!
    my new enlightenment
    That's how we help each other on this forum, isn't it great?
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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