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Choral Concert: Hannover Girls Choir - HAYDN, M. / KOESSLER, H. (Masses for Female Choir)

Choral Concert: Hannover Girls Choir - HAYDN, M. / KOESSLER, H. (Masses for Female Choir)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Gudrun Schröfel

Conductor

Mädchenchor Hannover

Choir

Ulfert Smidt

Soloist

Mädchenchor Hannover

Choral

il gioco col suono

Chamber

Venue:

Marktkirche Hannover, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Carus

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 70:54
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Choral Concert: Hannover Girls Choir - HAYDN, M. / KOESSLER, H. (Masses for Female Choir)

     
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MICHAEL HAYDN

 

Missa Sancti Aloysii

 
1 Kyrie 02:13
2 Gloria 05:09
3 Credo 08:54
4 Sanctus 01:34
5 Benedictus 04:36
6 Agnus Dei 04:57
     
 

St Leopold Mass

 
7 Kyrie 01:38
8 Gloria 03:01
9 Credo 05:19
10 Sanctus 01:11
11 Benedictus 02:41
12 Agnus Dei 04:56
     
 

HANS KOESSLER

 

Missa in F Minor

 
13 Kyrie 03:05
14 Gloria 03:49
15 Credo 06:03
16 Sanctus 02:12
17 Benedictus 02:37
18 Agnus Dei 06:59
     
 Mädchenchor Hannover Choir
 Ulfert Smidt Soloist
 Gudrun Schröfel Conductor


 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".

 
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