- Robin Blaze (Countertenor)
- Carolyn Sampson (Soprano)
- Peter Kooij (Bass)
- Rachel Nicholls (Soprano)
- Gerd Türk (Tenor)
Notes & Reviews:
Import Hybrid-SACD pressing.
Gramophone Magazine, February 2008
... this is a rounded and impressive reading whose "Dona nobis pacem" encapsulates the best of Suzki: committed, life-affirming and generous.
BBC Music Magazine, January 2008 ****
The choir is small enough, two/three to a part, to project great clarity and detail - 'Osanna' is delightfully exuberant - though elsewhere Suzuki's tempos are rather deliberate...
Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010
This is, as you would expect from Masaaki Suzuki, a B minor performance of extraordinary devotional weight, as its resonant surround sound irradiates the score in a patiently constructed explication... The Gloria fairly crackles and Suzuki's careful voicing between singers and instrumentalists generates extraordinary revelations... This is a rounded and impressive reading whose 'Dona nobis pacem' encapsulates the best of Suzuki: committed, life-affirming and generous.
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Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine 1610 / Gardiner
Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine / Suzuki, et al
Händel: Messiah / Suzuki, Bach Collegium Japan
Grieg: Choir Music / Pedersen, Norwegian Soloists Choir
Haydn: The Creation / Christie, Kühmeier, Karthäuser, et al
Cage: Solo for Voice 58 - 18 MIcrotonal Rags / Cuni, etc
Prokofiev: Piano Concerto no 2; Ravel / Li, Ozawa, et al
Handel: Saul / Rilling, Taylor, Lutze, Eiche, et al
Purcell: Songs & Airs / Kirkby, Hogwood, Rooley, et al
Works DetailsBach, Johann Sebastian : Mass in B minor, BWV 232
- Performers: Robin Blaze (Countertenor); Carolyn Sampson (Soprano); Gerd Türk (Tenor); Peter Kooij (Bass); Rachel Nicholls (Soprano)
- Conductor: Masaaki Suzuki
- Ensemble: Bach Collegium Japan
- Running Time: 106 min. 19 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Form: Choral
- Written: 1747-1749
- Studio/Live: Studio