Notes & Reviews:
The Missa Cellensis (or Cacilienmesse) was Haydn's first Mass setting for his new employers at Eszterhaza. In common with his Stabat Mater (NXS 8572121), Haydn draws upon the wealth of musical styles and traditions associated with the Viennese Mass. Scored for strings, oboes, bassoon, trumpets, timpani and organ, plus soloists and choir, the work may originally have comprised the Kyrie and Gloria alone, with the other sections added in the mid-1770s. The final version, heard here, triumphantly concludes at 'Dona nobis pacem' with a grand fugue.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Trinity Church, New York (05/23/2001-05/24/2001).
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Works DetailsHaydn, Franz Joseph : Missa Cellensis, for soloists, chorus, organ & orchestra in C major ("Cantata Mass"), H. 22/5
- Conductor: Owen Burdick
- Notes: Trinity Church, New York (05/23/2001-05/24/2001)
- Running Time: 3 min. 5 sec.
- Period Time: Classical
- Form: Cantata/Oratorio
- Written: 1766