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    Buxtehude - for organ.

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    Another vote for Bruckner and Charpentier. I should probably dig out the Arvo Part; I bought it used a few years ago and never got around to listening to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manxfeeder View Post
    Another vote for Bruckner and Charpentier. I should probably dig out the Arvo Part; I bought it used a few years ago and never got around to listening to it.
    Good that you remembered it now then.
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    Gibbons Second Service

    The part "Thine honourable, true, and only Son" is gloriously uplifting.
    Last edited by steph01; Nov-04-2017 at 13:57.

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    Berlioz, Bruckner and Dvorak - in that order.

    The list at the start of the thread could potentially be a lot longer. The Te Deum (usually accompanied by the Jubilate) is (was?) part of the Morning Service in the Anglican Church. Although retaining its Latin title it is sung in English. Purcell set it as part of his Service in B-flat major and I am sure there are plenty of other settings. There is an excellent recording of the Purcell from Simon Preston and the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. Much as I love the Purcell it doesn't disturb my choices above.

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    Without doubt my favourite Te Deum is the one composed by MIchel Richard Delalande for Louis IV's private chapel at Versailles.

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    Purcell's Te Deum and Jubilate in D is one of my favorite pieces from this composer. Haydn's is wonderful also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie Burgess View Post
    Bruckner for me.
    How is the sound on the old Jochum recording? I'm trying to decide on the Jochum set, or Rogner on Brilliant Classics.
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    Lully
    Charpentier
    Naumann
    Bruckner
    Braunfels

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    Favourite Te Deum compositions by order of preference:

    1) Marc Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704). Te Deum (H. 146).
    2) Jean Baptiste Lully (1632-1687). Te Deum (LWV 55).
    3) Michel Richard Delalande (1657-1726). Te Deum (S.32).
    4) George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). The Dettingen Te Deum (HWV 283). Borrowed from Urio.
    5) Franscesco Antonio Urio (ca.1631-ca.1719). Te Deum.
    6) André Campra (1660-1744). Te Deum.
    7) Henry Madin (1698-1748). Te Deum pour les Victoires de Louis XV.
    8) Francisco António de Almeida (c. 1702-1755). Te Deum (c.1750).
    9) George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Te Deum in D Major 'Queen Caroline', HWV 280.
    10) George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Utrecht Te Deum (HWV 278).
    11) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Te Deum in C major, K.141/66b.
    12) Dieterich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707). Te Deum Laudamus BuxVW 218.
    13) Esprit Antoine Blanchard (1696-1770). Te Deum "de Fontenoy".
    14) Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel (1690-1749). Te Deum (c.1720).
    15) Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1754). Te Deum.
    16) Johann Adolph Hasse (1699–1783). Te Deum laudamus.
    17) Carl Heinrich Graun (1703-1759). Te Deum.
    18) Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). Te Deum C-majorHob. XXIIIc:2.
    19) Henry Purcell (1659-1695). Te Deum and Jubilate Deo, for soloists, chorus & instruments in D major, Z. 232 (1694).
    20) Antonio Teixeira (1707-1759). Te Deum.
    21) Jean Guyot (1520-1588). Te Deum laudamus.
    22) Tomás Luis de Victoria (c. 1548-1611). Te Deum.
    23) William Croft (1678-1727). Te Deum in D.
    24) John Taverner (c1490-1545). Te Deum.
    25) Jean Gilles (1668-1075). Te Deum (1697).
    26) François-Joseph Gossec (1734-1829). Te Deum а Grand Orchestre (1779).
    27) Niccolò Jommelli (1714-1774). Te Deum in Re Maggiore composed for Karl Eugen of Württemberg's 35th Birthday (1763).
    28) Franz Xaver Richter (1709-1789). Kemptener Te Deum in D-major (1742).

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    After a long time studying my Master's Degree, I finally give my thesis dissertation and I am about to receive the pass. To celebrate such event, I am thinking about listening to one of my favourite Te Deum that I own in CD recording:

    - Jean Baptiste Lully. Te Deum (LWV 55). 1. Dumestre / 2. Niquet
    - Michel Richard Delalande. Te Deum (S.32). 1. William Christie
    - Marc Antoine Charpentier. Te Deum (H. 146). 1. William Christie / 2. Niquet / 3. Minkowski / 4. Dumestre / 5. Gester / 6. Tubery / 7. Devos
    - Henry Madin. Te Deum pour les Victoires de Louis XV. 1. Cuiller
    - George Frideric Handel. The Dettingen Te Deum (HWV 283). 1. Layton / 2. Preston / 3. Fasolis
    - George Frideric Handel. Utrecht Te Deum (HWV 278). 1. Veldhoven / 2. Hogwood

    Which one would you prefer?

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    I prefer the full-bodied type from the romantic era, so that for me means Bruckner, Berlioz and Verdi. I wish Max Reger would have had a go - he only got as far as an instrumental piece for organ. I do like Handel's various settings, too.
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    Cannot pick a favourite right now just wish to recommend this disc.

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    https://www.amazon.de/Guyot-Te-Deum-...gateway&sr=8-1
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