Great Mass in C Minor Import
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Classical CD pressed in W Germany.
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As to delivery from the States; the recording was as described by the vendor, still wrapped in cellophane (it's polyester in reality) and came very promptly safely wrapped in a padded envelope. I will use this seller again.
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Resurrexit of the B Minor Mass. Great detail, excitement and devotional fervor. The soloists are superb, especially Marshall, Felicity Palmer, and Anthony Rolfe Johnson. Palmer
was singing both soprano and mezzo roles in the late 1970s and soon devoted herself to Mezzo roles. With Janet Baker as the second female lead, she was unforgettable in the great Judas Maccabeus of Charles Mackerras (see my review). It may be the fault of my substitute cd player,
but the fine Bass Gwynne Howell is not always sufficiently audible. There is another Philips issue of this performance coupled with the Mozart Vespers k321 conducted by Herbert Kegel. I don't know whether its sound is superior. The winds are excellent throughout, especially in the Et Incarnatus est. The Credo is ablaze with fervor, and apart
from the intermittent bass presence the soloists are equal partners in the Benedictus.
Of its peers, I revere both the Davis/Philips version and the Leppard/ EMI version. I had not heard this Marriner version until today and had not heard a cd version of the Leppard until
recently, but am thrilled to know all three. And much as I love the Requiem, my heart and gut
veer toward k427.