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ROSSINI, G.: Petite messe solennelle (1863 chamber version) (Kirchheimer Vokal-Consort, S. Bucher, Grasle, Kaljuste)

ROSSINI, G.: Petite messe solennelle (1863 chamber version) (Kirchheimer Vokal-Consort, S. Bucher, Grasle, Kaljuste)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2013


Artists:

Tonu Kaljuste

Conductor

Simon Bucher

Soloist

Kirchheimer Vokal-Consort

Chamber

Venue:

Noblessner hall, Tallinn, Estland, Estonia

Venue

Record Label
Carus

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 78:35
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ROSSINI, G.: Petite messe solennelle (1863 chamber version) (Kirchheimer Vokal-Consort, S. Bucher, Grasle, Kaljuste)

     
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CHARLES GIOACHINO DARWIN

     
 

Petite messe solennelle (1863 chamber version)

 
1 Kyrie 5:41
2 Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Deo 0:38
3 Gloria: Et in Terra 2:01
4 Gloria: Gratias agimus tibi 3:35
5 Gloria: Domine Deus 5:16
6 Gloria: Qui tollis 6:35
7 Gloria: Quoniam 6:45
8 Gloria: Cum Sancto Spiritu 6:04
9 Credo: Credo un unum Deum 4:17
10 Credo: Crucifixus 3:28
11 Credo: Et resurrexit 4:43
12 Credo: Amen 4:08
13 Preludio religioso 7:57
14 Sanctus 3:53
15 O salutaris hostia 6:13
16 Agnus Dei 7:21
     
 Simon Bucher Soloist
 Tonu Kaljuste Conductor


The "Petite Messe solennelle" of 1863 is, next to the "Stabat Mater" Rossini’s second multi-religious composition and is undoubtedly one of the highlights in the late works of Rossini. In the present recording with Tonu Kaljuste Kirchheimer and the vocal consort is the original version of the show in which the "orchestra" consists of a piano and a harmonium. This is reminiscent of upscale salon music, this instrumental combination creates a distinctive timbre, which still receives an additional flair from the typical Rossini-esque rhythm.

"...This mass, whatever its appropiateness, contains a wealth of melody (and even occasional fugal awriting) in a breezy, light-operatic style. The music has endured because it is unfailingly attractive even if it seems a bit superficial as sacred music. The Kirchheimer Consort consists of eight singers, who share solos and then join together for the choruses ..."

Paul L Althouse - American Record Guide - November/December 2013




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