Michael Gläser, Zürcher Sing-Akademie — Zürich, 2019-02-10

Blog post #471 — Concert review, ★★★★, Michael Gläser, Zürcher Sing-Akademie @ St.Peter, Zurich, 2019-02-10 — Bach: Motet “Singet dem Herrn”, BWV 225; Prelude & Fugue in E♭ major, BWV 552; Rheinberger: Mass in E♭ major for double choir, op.109, “Cantus Missae”; Brahms: Fest und Gedenksprüche, op.109; Bruckner: Motet “Ave Maria”, WAB 6; Bruckner: Motet “Locus iste”, WAB 23
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Marc Minkowski, Les Musiciens du Louvre — Geneva, 2018-12-13

Concert review, ★★★★½, Marc Minkowski / Les Musiciens du Louvre, Ana Maria Labin, Ambroisine Bré, Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Norman D. Patzke @ Victoria Hall, Geneva, 2018-12-13 — Mozart: Arrangement of Handel’s Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day, K.592; Mozart: Great Mass in C minor, K.427
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Venzago / Hartmann, Janáček — Bern, 2018-02-01

Concert review: Mario Venzago, Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno / Bern Symphony Orchestra @ Minster, Bern, 2018-02-01 — Hartmann: Concerto funebre for solo violin and string orchestra; Janáček: Glagolitic Mass, JW 3/9


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Giovanni Antonini / Schubert — Zurich, 2017-11-03

Concert review: Giovanni Antonini / Tonhalle Orchestra, Zürcher Sing-Akademie (Florian Helgath), Sibylla Rubens, Olivia Vermeulen, Martin Mitterrutzner, Tobias Berndt @ Tonhalle Maag, Zurich, 2017-11-03 — Schubert: Symphony No.4 in C minor, D.417, “Tragic”; Mass No.5 in A♭ major, D.678, “Missa solemnis”


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Bruckner: Mass No.2 in E minor

Bruckner: Mass No.2 in E minor — comparing 6 versions of Anton Bruckner’s Mass No.2 in E minor. Artists: Eugen Jochum/Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks (1971) — Daniel Barenboim/John Alldis Choir (1974) — Philippe Herreweghe/La Chapelle Royale & Collegium Vocale (1989) — Simon Halsey/CBSO Chorus (1990) — Helmuth Rilling/Gächinger Kantorei (1996) — Stephen Layton/Polyphony (2007)


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