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CHAN 9348

Howells: Missa Sabrinensis

The Classical Shop
release date: March 1995

Originally recorded in 1994

Artists:

London Symphony Orchestra


Gennady Rozhdestvensky


Donald Maxwell

baritone

Della Jones

contralto

Janice Watson

soprano

Martyn Hill

tenor

London Symphony Chorus



Venue:

Blackheath Halls, London



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ben Connellan



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Choir


Orchestral & Concertos

Total Time - 75:49
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HERBERT HOWELLS

 

Missa Sabrinensis

76:05  
  for soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone, chorus and orchestra  
  für Soprano, Alt, Tenor, Bariton, Chor und Orchester  
  pour soprano, alto, ténor, baritone, choeur et orchestre  
1 I Kyrie 10:18
2 II Gloria 20:09
3 III Credo 18:35
4 IV Sanctus 9:34
5 V Benedictus 6:45
6 VI Agnus Dei 10:28
   
 Janice Watson soprano
 Della Jones contralto
 Martyn Hill tenor
 Donald Maxwell baritone
   
 Gennady Rozhdestvensky
   
   
  7-9 April 1994  
   
   
   
Howells: Missa Sabrinensis

‘Rozhdestvensky here conducts a passionate account of what is in many ways the most powerful of all the composer’s major works. There is little of the restraint that is typical of much of Howells’s choral writing. Rather he exploits the lushest, most passionate elements in his richly post-impressionist style, and he hardly lets up over the whole span. It would be hard to imagine a more inspired performance than Rozhdestvensky’s. Over the incandescent singing of the choir, the four excellent soloists give radiant performances, with the golden-toned soprano, Janice Watson, regularly crowning the mood of ecstasy in her solos. Full, glowing, atmospheric sound to match.’

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