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    Mozart Masonic music

    Peter Schreier / Andreas Schmidt and many more
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    Vivaldi Stabat Mater

    it's a must listen for everyone. Sublime! I think it's underrated, but on this forum people listen to such things more ....usually listener are more into Bach and 19th century stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenora View Post


    Vivaldi Stabat Mater

    it's a must listen for everyone. Sublime! I think it's underrated, but on this forum people listen to such things more ....usually listener are more into Bach and 19th century stuff.
    I love Vivaldi's Stabat Mater - I can see that you are a person of good taste!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingélou View Post
    I love Vivaldi's Stabat Mater - I can see that you are a person of good taste!
    thanks Ingélou. Here most of us have already developed or have been developing somewhat of a good taste I suppose
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenora View Post
    thanks Ingélou. Here most of us has already developed or has been developing somewhat of a good taste I suppose
    The most are however good manners is another question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    The most are however good manners is another question.
    right

    well, let´s say people that I mostly read and pay attention to their posts on this forum have this thing called good taste in CM
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    Next on:


    Bertoni:
    Miserere /Veni Creator/ Beatus Vir..
    Soloist / I Solisti Veneti.
    Claudo Scimone

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    Cimarosa: Requiem in G minor

    Elly Ameling (soprano), Birgit Finnilä (contralto), Richard van Vrooman (tenor), Kurt Widmer (bass)

    Chorus Of The Festival De Montreux, Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Montreux Festival Chorus, Vittorio Negri
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    SACRED MUSIC FROM NOTRE-DAME CATHEDRAL
    Léonin (fl. c. 1163-1190)
    Pérotin (fl.c. 1180-1225)
    Tonus Peregrinus
    Antony Pitts - director

    Naxos
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post



    Vivaldi:Gloria in D major, RV589

    Magnificat, RV611
    ed. Malipiero

    Teresa Berganza & Lucia Valentini Terrani (mezzos)

    New Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra, Riccardo Muti
    I'm listening to it right now, and here it's your post, so I had no need to post it again, - but just use as a quote- because it's the same CD
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    :Helenora: :Pugg: I thought I'd join the Vivaldi Party! I'm listening to a different performance of the Gloria in D Major RV 539, though. I'm listening to the performance included in the box set I mention below.


    Helenora, I know the other day you were raving about the sacred works by Vivaldi, but I didn't have time to elaborate. I'm a devotee of almost all of Vivaldi's music and there is a fantastic sale going on right now at PrestoClassical.co.UK on Hyperion Recordings.


    Vivaldi: The Complete Sacred Music, The King's Consort, Robert King (11 discs almost 13 hours) is only $53.06 plus a few dollars shipping! This is a fabulous price for these wonderful recordings. I STRONGLY recommend you purchase this set. It is $103 new on AmazonUS (I see, however, there is also a "used" set for approx. $53 from Nevada on AmazonUS.)

    http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/sea...e+Sacred+Music


    Now, as to being ALL Vivaldi's sacred music, this might be only as of 2005 when the recordings were released as a box set; also, I think that they are still discovering music of Vivaldi.

    Also, I LOVE (major understatement) Baroque music and Hyperion has loads of wonderful Baroque (and other) recordings. Another that I highly recommend (and I believe Pugg also recommends this recording, we'll see..) is Angela Hewitt performing Bach on piano.

    Angela Hewitt plays Bach


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    Thank you very much JosefinaHW!

    I'm well equipped with music of JS Bach, as for Vivaldi, it's a wonderful set.
    I'm on my way discovering more of his music.
    Yesterday I was listening only this sort of music
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    @ JosefinaHW / helenora
    Did you ever seen this set: http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/r/Philips/4622342
    It says download only but if you use the barcode you can find it on the net .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    @ JosefinaHW / helenora
    Did you ever seen this set: http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/r/Philips/4622342
    It says download only but if you use the barcode you can find it on the net .
    :Pugg: Thanks for the tip. I was not aware of this set before but I have started to listen to the samples.


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    Ockay guys look i know im annoying whit this box set of missa called O magnum mysterium featuring big name of classical music of renaissance, it took me time to get familiar whit this four cd. I preffer a larger ensemble this is why i did not get Ockeghem ,Dufay, Josquin missa since they were 6 voice or less, and were more move by the 12 voices Brumel more.
    Neverless tonight im lisening to guillaume Dufay '' ecce ancilla domini' for 4 voices' and Ockeghem missa pro defunctis for 2 or 4 voices.Great set of cds even if some think of this as average to cheap, i would called it decent overall.So your a newbie to renaissance missa you wont a heatly dose of flemish polyphony there you have it, dont thank me thank brilliant.I wwould like to says i turn off invitation to party tonight and last time, i need peace and quiet moments i guess.
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