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BIBER, H.I.F. von: Missa Salisburgensis / Plaudite tympana (Balestracci)

BIBER, H.I.F. von: Missa Salisburgensis / Plaudite tympana (Balestracci)

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release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Balestracci, Sergio


Sergio Balestracci

Conductor

Stagione Armonica Choir, La


Stagione Armonica, LaTibicines


TibicinesStagione Armonica, La



Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 52:15
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BIBER, H.I.F. von: Missa Salisburgensis / Plaudite tympana (Balestracci)

     
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HEINRICH IGNAZ FRANZ VON MASS TEXT

 

Missa Salisburgensis

 
1 Kyrie 6:12
     
2 Gloria 9:41
     
 

HEINRICH IGNAZ FRANZ VON BIBER

3 Credo 16:09
     
 

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4 Sanctus et Benedictus 6:55
     
 

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5 Agnus Dei 6:44
     
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Plaudite tympana (attrib. to O. Benevoli)

6:34
     
 Sergio Balestracci Conductor
 Balestracci, Sergio


 Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber is today considered the most important exponent of early South German Baroque – his operas and religious works however almost faded into obscurity.

 
He wrote his sacral work for Salzburg Cathedral and the pieces boast a close relationship to the cathedral’s architecture; Missa Salisburgensis is the most famous example of this “spatial musical art“ – and was written for fifty-three voices! Eight vocal and instrumental choruses sang and played this ostentatious work for the recording made at the Festival di Musica Sacra di Trento in 2003. Missa Salisburgensis has now been released as a surround sound CD. The work was conducted by Sergio Balestracci, who also adopted the transcription and revision from Biber’s source material.
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