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Gossec: Grand Messe des Morts, Symphonie /Fasolis, Hauschild

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> Grande Messe des Morts - XVIII. Offertorium: Vado et non revertar - Largo
> Grande Messe des Morts - XIX. Offertorium: Spera in Deo - Largo
> Grande Messe des Morts - XX. Cedant hostes: Allegro
> Grande Messe des Morts - XXI. Sanctus: Maestoso
> Grande Messe des Morts - XXII. Pie Jesu: Largo
> Grande Messe des Morts - XXIII. Agnus Dei: Moderato
> Grande Messe des Morts - XXIV. Post Communionem: Requiem aeternam - Allegretto
> Symphonie a 17 parties - Maestoso - Allegro molto
> Symphonie a 17 parties - Larghetto
> Symphonie a 17 parties - Minuetto
> Symphonie a 17 parties - Allegro assai
> Grande Messe des Morts - XII. Sequentia: Inter oves - Allegretto
> Grande Messe des Morts - XIII. Sequentia: Confutatis - Allegro molto
> Grande Messe des Morts - XIV. Sequentia: Oro supplex - Grave
> Grande Messe des Morts - XV. Sequentia: Lacrymosa - (Grave)
> Grande Messe des Morts - XVI. Sequentia: Judicandus - Grave
> Grande Messe des Morts - XVII. Sequentia: Pie Jesu - Amen: Andante

Album Summary

>Gossec, François-Joseph : Grande Messe des Morts, for soloists, chorus & orchestra
>Gossec, François-Joseph : Symphony a 17 parties, in F major, Br. 91
Performers Conductors Ensembles Composer

Notes & Reviews:

"The forces assembled by Naxos for this recording are substantial and possess all of the musical credentials to breathe life into this extensive musical canvas. The soloists are full-voiced and conversant in the style of the era, presenting their material with reverence, dignity, and confidence. The sizable chorus is alert, responsive, remarkably agile, and well balanced. Orchestral playing is also first-class... powerful yet sensitive." -Carter, ARG



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Works Details

>François-Joseph Gossec (Composer) (1734 - 1829) : Grande Messe des Morts, for soloists, chorus & orchestra
  • Performers: Roberta Invernizzi (Soprano); Maite Arruabarrena (Soprano); Howard Crook
  • Conductor: Diego Fasolis
  • Ensemble: Cantemus
  • Running Time: 5 min. 2 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Written: 1760

>François-Joseph Gossec (Composer) (1734 - 1829) : Symphony à 17 parties, in F major, Br. 91
  • Performers: Roberta Invernizzi (Soprano); Maite Arruabarrena (Soprano); Howard Crook
  • Conductor: Wolf-Dieter Hauschild
  • Ensemble: Swiss Italian Orchestra
  • Running Time: 27 min. 27 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: Orchestral
  • Written: 1809