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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Mass in C major, Op. 86 / CHERUBINI, L.: Sciant gentes (Stuttgart Chamber Choir, Bernius)

BEETHOVEN, L. van: Mass in C major, Op. 86 / CHERUBINI, L.: Sciant gentes (Stuttgart Chamber Choir, Bernius)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Hofkapelle Stuttgart

Orchestra

Frieder Bernius

Conductor

Margot Oitzinger

Soloist

Thomas Hobbs

Soloist

Texas All-State Women's Choir

Choral

Venue:

Klosterkirche Alpirsbach

Venue

Record Label
Carus

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 48:04
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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Mass in C major, Op. 86 / CHERUBINI, L.: Sciant gentes (Stuttgart Chamber Choir, Bernius)

     
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Mass in C major, Op. 86

 
1 Kyrie 4:05
2 Gloria 8:28
3 Credo 10:40
4 Sanctus 2:42
5 Benedictus 5:31
6 Agnus Dei 6:23
 Thomas Hobbs Soloist
     
 

LUIGI CHERUBINI

 

Sciant gentes

 
7 Sciant gentes 3:41
8 Deus meus 1:35
9 Commovisti 4:59
 Margot Oitzinger Soloist
     
 Frieder Bernius Conductor


The Kammerchor Stuttgart is one of the finest choirs worldwide. Under the direction of Frieder Bernius they shine in this recording of the first of Beethoven’s two grand masses –a work which opens up new worlds of expression for the Mass text that are expressly modern. The world-premiere recording of Cherubini’s "Sciant gentes" (1892) rounds out this album.

                           CD TIPP

              Music *****     Sound *****

Michael Kube - Fono Forum magazine - December 2013


 "... The Stuttgart Chamber Choir is fine mixed group of nearly 50 singers with more than 70 records to their credit. They have enough strength to bring weight when needed, but also enough transparency ... to present Beethoven’s work in excellent light. The equally good soloists sing with minimal vibrato, so the ensembles are particularly open and lovely... Bernius keeps the piece moving along well ..."

Paul  l Althouse - American Records Guide - September/Ocotober 2013


                     Performance ***     Recording ****

"... Perpetually neglected, Cherubini is an enterprisingly original composer, especially of church music, and this ten-minute work is a good sampler. The conductor Fieder Bernius favours a severe, even austere appraoch, as if the work is actually being performed during a service, but that does bring out the intensity of the many surprising conrasts."

Michael Tanner - BBC Music magazine - September 2013




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