The Girls’ Choir under the direction of Hannover Gudrun Schröfel to check out three different fairs before for upper voices. The two Masses by Johann Michael Haydn (1737-1806) were both for the "Feast of the Innocents" composed and breathe the spirit of an era of hope and social-economic upswings. Complementing heard the first recording of the "Missa in F" for female choir of Hans Koessler (1853-1926), which is stylistically belong to the "Rheinberger school".
"Gudrun Schröfel obtains stylish readings of all three pieces (the Kössler is a premiere recording) from her even-toned well-focused Hanover forces." ****