Bach: Mass in B minor
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However,repeated listening to the two versions does highlight important differences,some of which - the choice of soloists for example - may be largely down to personal taste.Peter Kooy (bass) has been consistently part of Herreweghe's line-up for many years,and his performances can always be expected to produce singing of heart-felt commitment and faultless technique.Kooy in fact appears on both versions,the only difference being that he shares the lower voice honours with Hanno Muller-Brachmann in the later version.No tantalising choices to be made there then.In fact the only soloist from the version under review who would emphatically be my first choice is the principal soprano Barbara Schlick.That is not in any way to question the quality of Johannette Zomer's contribution,but Schlick for me is the unique Bach soprano of our time, and if for no other reason,might persuade others to reach for this version - even if they already possess the later one.Read more ›
I am no musicologist, so there's no point in my attempting deep analysis. Suffice to say that this is one of the greatest pieces of music in the Baroque canon and performed thoughtfuly but vigourously in this recording.
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I am waiting for it to "hit" me! I am told this is very good...depends what mood you are in...It's only a piece of music.. I have certainly heard better and worse.. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Davidovitch
Slightly disappointing. Lovely orchestral sound but voices sound recessed and lacking colour.Published 7 months ago by Christopher Walledge
Very difficult to sing. Our choir, Danesborough Chorus is performing it on 16th November at the Milton Keynes theatre, along with the Milton Keynes Chorale. Read morePublished 22 months ago by carolynhowell