Notes & Reviews:
Mendelssohn’s sacred output comprises works for the Catholic, Anglican and Reformed services, together with — in the majority of cases — non-liturgical sacred works that could be performed in the concert hall. Mendelssohn considered his sacred works to be self-contained pieces of music that were to serve for edification. Mendelssohn’s sacred works are therefore always self-contained pieces in no way subordinated to a liturgical function; nevertheless, he always understood how to adopt, with the utmost skill, to the appropriate traditions.
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Mendelssohn: Elijah / Frieder Bernius, Stuttgart Classical Philharmonic Orchestra, et al
J.C. Bach: Sacred Works - Salve Regina, etc / Gaigg, et al
Mendelssohn: Paulus / Bernius, Kiehr, Gura, et al
Purcell: Theatre Music, Vol 1 / Mallon, Aradia Ensemble
John Thomas: Harp Music / Lipman Harp Duo
Ireland: Piano Music Vol 1 / Mark Bebbington
Rheinberger: Sacred Choral Works / Bruffy, et al
Various Artists: The Very Best of Christmas [Naxos] [Slimline]
The Very Best of Christmas
Michael Andriaccio: Deve Ser Amor: Michael Andriaccio Plays Bossa Nova
B. Powell: Deve ser amor, etc; C. Jobim, etc / Andriaccio