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GOUNOD, ROSSINI, Jurgen Budday, Symphony Orchestra of the Southwest Germany Radio, Baden-Baden

Missa Solemnis - Cacilien-Messe; Stabat Mater - Oratorium

  • Jurgen Budday - conductor
  • Symphony Orchestra of the Southwest Germany Radio, Baden-Baden - orchestra
  • GOUNOD
  • ROSSINI
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89.00 PLN

2 CD:

Nr kat.: 4260005910049
Label  : K&K Verlagsanstalt

NAGRANIE ZE SŁYNNEJ KOLEKCJI KLASZTORU MAULBRONN - NAJLEPSZA AKUSTYKA NA ŚWIECIE

„Messe solennelle de Saint-Cécile“ by Charles Gounod (1818-1893) Charles Gounod has become famous for his opera „Margarete“ above all. It is hardly known that his first passion was clerical music. The „Messe solennelle de Saint-Cécile“ is worth to be called the most beautiful among his numerous clerical compositions. The work is distinguished by a maze of marvellous melodies, an extremly lined-up orchestra and the harmonious interconnection of solists and choir. The first staging of the mass was in November, 22. 1855 at St. Eustache in Paris. Gounod wrote the work for the celebration of St. Cecile, who is the patroness of clerical music. With certain instinct he combined the dramatic counterparts of clerical music and motifs and melodies of the Grand Opera. The plain covering figures of the orchestra above all give a uniform mood to the sets of the mass, which manifests itself in sacral dignity. „Stabat Mater“ by Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) Heinrich Heine described Ronssin‘s Music as „deeply experiences and yet naive, adequate to the enormous martyrdom but in the same moment childlike.“ He felt gracefulness within the very terror and thus understood its visionary character. Only after his carrer as an opera composer, Rossini turned to clerical music. In his compositions he used to mix up traditionel stiles with opera-like gesture to mark the dramatical content of the lyrics. According to the Italian tradition of clerical music Rossine devided the mediaeval sequenz of „Stabat Mater“ clearly into solo- and ensemble-sets. The „Stabat Mater“ covers as well opera-like as traits of clerical music: sweeping melodies and drifting rhythms combine with sections, composed in old stile.

 

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