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Herbert Schernus - F.J. Gossec: Messe Des Morts (2005)

Classic | Author: SELMER | 14-05-2017, 12:18
Herbert Schernus - F.J. Gossec: Messe Des Morts (2005)
Artist: Herbert Schernus
Title Of Album: F.J. Gossec: Messe Des Morts
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Capriccio
Country: Germany
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 66:00 min
Full Size: 280 MB







Tracklist:

01. Introdukion (Introduktion)
02. Introitus: Requiem aeternam
03. Chorus: Te decet hymnus
04. Requiem aeternam 2
05. Dies irae (Dies Irae)
06. Tuba mirum
07. Mors stupebit
08. Quid sum miser
09. Trio: Recordare Jesu pie
10. Inter oves
11. Chorus: Confutatis maledictis
12. Oro supplex
13. Lacrymosa
14. Judicandus
15. Vado et non revertar (Offertorium)
16. Arie: Spera in Deo
17. Cedant hostes
18. Sanctus, sanctus (Sanctus)
19. Pie Jesu Domine
20. Agnus Dei (Agnus Dei)
21. Lux aeterna (Post Communionem)
22. Requiem aeternam 3

Technically this recording may be an interesting audiophile curiosity: a 1980 recording of the Gossec Messe des Morts or requiem mass, made in a church in the German city of Wuppertal, is retooled using an arsenal of digital editing techniques into a Super Audio CD release ready to feed the growing appetite for music by composers of the Classical era other than Haydn and Mozart. Fran?ois-Joseph Gossec (1734-1829) was France's greatest composer of the late eighteenth century, one of the creators of a monumental, spatially innovative strain in French music that remained influential all the way up to Berlioz. The remaking of analog into digital sound is fraught with pitfalls, but it has been expertly accomplished here; remarkable levels of detail emerge in the warm singing of the WDR Rundfunkchor K?ln and in the brasses that sound through the rather conventionally apocalyptic Dies Irae. One can understand why the Capriccio label wished to reissue this recording; it's a superb performance of a large and little-known work. Soprano Eva Csap? and thick-as-molasses alto Hildegard Laurich are well worth hearing in the solo sections; baritone Alessandro Corbelli tends at times to get lost in Gossec's thick choral textures. The only thing missing is a really compelling composition. The Messe des Morts is an early work by Gossec, dating from 1760; it has flashes of his mature style (for instance in the jerking choral leaps of the Confutatis maledictis section of the Dies Irae and the calm, all-male melody that opens the Pie Jesu in the Sanctus), but there is some fairly uninspired diatonic thrashing around as well. Those interested in French Classical-era music should seek this disc out, but those more generally curious about Gossec might try his Christmas oratorio La nativit? instead. -- James Manheim



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