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BRUCKNER, A.: Mass No. 3 (Ruiten, Vermillion, Mathey, Selig, Berlin Radio Chorus, Swiss Romande Orchestra, M. Janowski)

BRUCKNER, A.: Mass No. 3 (Ruiten, Vermillion, Mathey, Selig, Berlin Radio Chorus, Swiss Romande Orchestra, M. Janowski)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Swiss Romande Orchestra

Orchestra

Marek Janowski

Conductor

Marek Janowski

Soloist

Berlin Radio Chorus

Choral

Venue:

Victoria Hall, Geneva

Venue

Record Label
PentaTone

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 62:09
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BRUCKNER, A.: Mass No. 3 (Ruiten, Vermillion, Mathey, Selig, Berlin Radio Chorus, Swiss Romande Orchestra, M. Janowski)

     
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Mass No. 3 in F minor, WAB 28

 
1 Kyrie 10:24
2 Gloria 11:43
3 Credo 20:19
4 Sanctus 2:06
5 Benedictus 8:57
6 Agnus Dei 8:40
 Marek Janowski Soloist
     
 Marek Janowski Conductor


 Following the completion of a highly acclaimed Bruckner Symphony cycle with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, this new release is an invigorating addition for all Bruckner aficionados.

 
Recorded in superior surround sound in the fine acoustics of Geneva’s Victoria Hall, the album features the renowned Berlin Radio Choir and an excellent cast of soloists. This example of outstanding virtuosity and dedication has already claimed a place as a rarity, as there is no other version available in luxurious SACD sound.
 
Marek Janowski and soprano Lenneke Ruiten do their part in the work, which boasts an enormous emotional compass, ranging from deepest inner contemplation to moments of ecstatic jubilation.
 

                         Music *** (Good)                 Sound *** (Good)

Michael Kube - Fono Forum magazine - March 2014


 "... The Orchestre de la Suisse Romande plays as well for Janowski here as it has for each of his symphony recordings. So, as in those previous installments, the conductor’s emotional distance is ideally balanced by the warm and rich string sound. The trombones and horns also have an excellent tone in each of their chorales, and the various wwodwind solos and obbligatos are all presented with both expression and precision. The choir matches the quality of the orchestra. The Rundfunkchor Berlin sounds like a large ensemble, but it is a well-trained one, and the clarity of the singing is ideal... "

Gavin Dixon - Fanfare - November/December 2013


"... All I can say is that this performance by Janowski, his four vocal soloists, the Berlin choir, and the Suisse Romande Orchestra is of a grace, grandeur, and nobility guaranteed to overcome the resistance of even those who are most Bruckner resistant. For them, as well as for those who need no persuading, this is urgently recommended."

Jerry Dubins - Fanfare - September/October 2013


 "... I think Janowski here can hold up his claims as one of the great Bruchner conductors. He has recorded all the numbered symphonies-most of them in Geneva in a superb acoustic environment with great SACD sound ... this Janowski series is the best we’ve had in this century."

Donald R Vroon - American Record Guide - September/October 2013


                             ***** - Very Good

Guy Engels - Pizzicato magazine - June 2013




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