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Haydn: Stabat Mater etc

Choral and orchestral music by Josef Haydn

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2009


Artists:

Les Solistes de Paris


Henri-Claude Fantapie



Jurg Krattinger

bass

Francoise Petit

harpsichord

Claudia Eder

mezzo-soprano

Anna Maria Bondi

soprano

Axel Reichardt

tenor

Jacques Francis Manzone

violin

Chorale Philippe-Caillard



Venue:

Salle Adyar, Paris


Salle Wagram. Paris



Producer:

Cristina Domotor


Greco Casadeus



Engineer:

Andre Charlin


Paul Vavasseur



Record Label
Divine Art

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 119:41
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Haydn: Stabat Mater etc

     
 

JOSEF HAYDN

   


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  Disc 1  
   
 

Stabat Mater

 
1 I Stabat mater dolorosa 10:11
 Axel Reichardt tenor
2 II O quam tristis 6:48
 Claudia Eder mezzo-soprano
3 III Quis est homo 2:45
 
4 IV Quis non posset 5:45
 Anna Maria Bondi soprano
5 V Pro peccatis 2:57
 Jurg Krattinger bass
6 VI Vidit suum 6:59
 Axel Reichardt tenor
7 VII Eia, Mater 3:24
 
8 VIII Sancta mater 7:39
 Anna Maria Bondi soprano
 Axel Reichardt tenor
9 IX Fac me vere 6:36
 Claudia Eder mezzo-soprano
10 X Virgo virginum 10:04
 Anna Maria Bondi soprano
 Axel Reichardt tenor
 Jurg Krattinger bass
 Claudia Eder mezzo-soprano
11 XI Flammis orci 2:21
 Jurg Krattinger bass
12 XII Fac me cruce 2:28
 Axel Reichardt tenor
13 XIII Quando corpus - Paradisi Gloria 5:53
 Anna Maria Bondi soprano
 Axel Reichardt tenor
 Jurg Krattinger bass


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 Claudia Eder mezzo-soprano
     
   
  Disc 2  
 

Symphony no.44 in E minor

 
1 I I -Allegro con brio 4:44
 
2 II II -Menuetto 5:44
 
3 III III - Adagio 6:06
 
4 IV IV - Presto 3:43
 
     
 

Double Concerto for Violin and Harpsichord in F major

 
5 I I - Allegro moderato 7:10
 Jacques Francis Manzone violin
 Francoise Petit harpsichord
6 II II - Largo 8:20
 Jacques Francis Manzone violin
 Francoise Petit harpsichord
7 III III - Allegro 3:32
 Jacques Francis Manzone violin
 Francoise Petit harpsichord
     
8 

Libera me, Domine

6:32
 
 Henri-Claude Fantapie


Haydn’s wonderful Stabat Mater is far less well known than those of Pergolesi and other composers; this recording made in Paris in 1978 was a pioneering version using reconstructed scores and revised by renowned musicologist and scholar H C Robbins Landon. Also included is the even rarer LIBERA ME, only discovered in the mid 20th century. The soloists are: ANNA MARIA BONDI (soprano), CLAUDIA EDER (mezzo), AXEL REICHARDT (tenor) and KÜRT KRATTINGER (bass) with the Choral Philippe Caillard.


“Balances are excellent and solo vocal lines clear.. the performance of the Stabat Mater  is careful and accurate. [ Libera me ] is exquisite. This performance captures the funereal essence of the Libera Me better than the only other one I know. The performance of the symphony is both correct and sensitive, the sound clean, almost sweet. The double Concerto is a delight; violinist Manzoni is imaginative, his instrument rich, and the harpsichord sparkles. “

James H North
 

Fanfare

“...a most welcome disc. [Stabat Mater] is long but profoundly satisfying. The group do not use period performance practice, but the sound is crisp and lithe, Tempi are kept moving and the overall sound is slim and not overblown. The Chorale Phillippe Caillard make an equally strong contribution. [Libera Me] is a short but charming work and receives a decent performance here.” Robert Hugill

Music Web

“The Stabat Mater  is a neglected masterpiece. I enjoyed the performances... the work [of the Chorale] is quite admirable – as is the orchestra. Orchestra and soloists do very well here, in recordings that wear their age well. The symphony in particular is very cleanly performed. The analog sound is nicely remastered.” 

Koob

American Record Guide



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