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    Mendelssohn: Elijah, Op. 70

    Willard White (bass), Rosalind Plowright (soprano), Linda Finnie (contralto) & Arthur Davies (tenor)

    London Symphony Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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    The Lord's Prayer - the Albert Hay Malotte version.

    Particularly this singer's renditions:

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    Haydn Thereisenmesse, Mozart Coronation Mass, Handel Israel in Egypt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliness View Post
    The Lord's Prayer - the Albert Hay Malotte version.

    Particularly this singer's renditions:


    Someone you know, or is that you?
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Mayr: Requiem in G minor

    Siri Karoline Thornhill, Katharina Ruckgaber (sopranos), Theresa Holzhauser, Brigitte Thoma (altos), Markus Schäfer, Robert Sellier (tenors), Martin Berner, Ludwig Mittelhammer, Virgil Mischok (basses)

    Simon Mayr Chorus and Ensemble, Franz Hauk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Someone you know, or is that you?
    Nope, just really like her voice. Also listening to her version of Schubert's Ave Maria:


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    Missa pro defunctis Felipe de Magalhaes

    really mind blowing, I think it's due to a capella singing and acoustic
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    Man muss das Leben tanzen

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenora View Post
    Missa pro defunctis Felipe de Magalhaes

    really mind blowing, I think it's due to a capella singing and acoustic
    Oh dear, Deprofundis enthusiasm got under your skin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Oh dear, Deprofundis enthusiasm got under your skin?
    yes, Love it! and continue with this

    and Zelenka is always special for me
    Man muss das Leben tanzen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Oh dear, Deprofundis enthusiasm got under your skin?

    and my god, they are incredibly beautiful these late renaissance/early baroque works...once you listen to them you get hooked up and simply keep up listening to them....hehe, they are addictive in some way, at least for me

    kinda transcendental beauty in them, well, don't really like this word transcendental - make one confused what is behind this meaning- but still it describes to some extend what it is about
    Man muss das Leben tanzen

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    Thumbs up

    This music is an old love of mine,great music.

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    Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63
    Sung in German

    Ernst Haefliger, Peter Schreier, Theo Adam & Gundula Janowitz

    Solistenvereinigung, Großer Chor des Berliner Rundfunks & Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Helmut Koch
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    Antoine Brumel on on the choral music serie box-set of 4 cd called O magnum mysterium.The recording not top notch it dose has some minor lack maybe since it's aged .But the first time i heard Brumel out of this massive 4cds box set this stand up has so
    awesome perhaps Brumel wrote ''some'' of the prettiest missa of his time?

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    Vivaldi:Gloria in D major, RV589

    Magnificat, RV611
    ed. Malipiero

    Teresa Berganza & Lucia Valentini Terrani (mezzos)

    New Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra, Riccardo Muti
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Kornelije Stanković - Liturgija Sv. Jovana Zlatoustog
    Performed by Radio Television Serbia Choir in 1999.
    Solo: Vlado Mikić, bass
    Conductor: Bojan Suđić

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