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Mozart: Mass in C minor K427

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Harry Christophers


Nathan Berg

bass-baritone

Tove Dahlberg

mezzo-soprano

Gillian Keith

soprano

Thomas Cooley

tenor

Handel and Haydn Society Chorus



Venue:

Symphony Hall, Boston



Producer:

Nicholas Parker



Engineer:

James T. Donahue



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir


Religious

Total Time - 51:05
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

(1756-1791)
   
 

Mass in C minor, K427

54:10  
1 Kyrie 6:59
  Gloria  
2 Gloria in excelsis Deo 2:11
3 Laudamus te 4:43
4 Gratias 1:16
5 Domine Deus 2:40
6 Qui tollis 5:43
7 Quoniam 3:38
8 Jesu Christe 0:32
9 Cum Sancto Spiritu 3:48
  Credo  
10 Credo 3:21
11 Et incarnatus est 7:50
12 Sanctus 1:38
13 Osanna 1:51
14 Benedictus 4:55
   
 Gillian Keith soprano
 Tove Dahlberg mezzo-soprano
 Thomas Cooley tenor
 Nathan Berg bass-baritone
 Harry Christophers
  January 2010  

Mozart: Mass in C minor, KV 427 – Gillian Keith, Tove Dahlberg, Thomas Cooley, Nathan Berg, Handel and Haydn Society, Harry Christophers

This brand new recording of Mozart’s Mass in C minor features Harry Christophers in his role as Artistic Director and conductor of the Handel and Haydn Society, America’s oldest continuously performing orchestra and chorus.

In September 2008 Harry Christophers was appointed Artistic Director of Boston’s internationally acclaimed Handel and Haydn Society. Founded in 1815, the Society premiered key works by Handel, Bach, and Haydn in America, has won a Grammy Award and also has a place in the American Classical Music Hall of Fame. Christophers has worked with the Society since 2006 and his inaugural concert as Artistic Director took place in December 2009 with Handel’s Messiah.

Mozart’s Mass in C minor needs little introduction: one of the best-known and most widely performed of the mass settings by Mozart, it is generally considered to be one of his greatest works and, as such, is often referred to as the ‘Great Mass’. It is a remarkable union of musical vision and religious text and draws on the skill for drama that made the operatic works of Mozart such a phenomenal success.



"...The professional chorus and period orchestra of Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society make a scintillating impact under the direction of Harry Christophers. The performance is well-articulated, vibrating with life and precision. The soloists excel..."   ****

Shirley Ratcliffe

 

Choir & Organ Magazine - January/February 2011

"The hushed opening bars of this recording suggested that this would be a very special performance, an impression that only grew more convincing as the music unfolded."

"...this is a winning rendition that will not disappoint its hearers."

J F Weber

Fanfare - January/February 2011

   ****

Adrian Horsewood

Classical Music Magazine - November 2010

"...There is, ... much to relish and treasure in this new release from Coro, and certainly augers well for the immediate future of the Handel and Haydn Society as it approaches its bicentenary."

Marc Rochester

International Record Review - October 2010

       "Gramophone Recommends"

"A fine disc and a fitting tribute to the grand old Handel and Haydn Society."

 

David Threasher

Gramophone - Awards Issue 2010



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