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You asked for all recordings of ZWV 21 with the following conductor: Bernius. A short description of the work follows:

ZWV 21  Missa Omnium Sanctorum (Missa ultimarum sexta et forte omnium ultima) [Referred to as either ZWV 21, ZWV21, Z.21 or Z21]. Key: A minor. Composed: 1741. Type of work: Vocal. [SATB, soli & ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c.] Category: Mass. Zelenka's final Mass.

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Missa Omnium Sanctorum (Missa ultimarum sexta et forte omnium ultima) [Referred to as either ZWV 21, ZWV21, Z.21 or Z21] (ZWV 21)

Sony (France), Cat. No. 5081182
CD issued: 2002 (1998)


Information: Choir: Kammerchor Stuttgart. Orchestra: Barockorchester Stuttgart (Stuttgart Baroque Orchestra). Conductor: Frieder Bernius. Soloists: Mechthild Bach (S), Daniel Taylor (A), Markus Brutscher (T), Gotthold Schwartz (B). Comments: Labelled 'messe "ultimarum sexta"'. French issue (in the Sony Grand Repertoire series) with no commentary in English. Also available on Sony SK 60592 (German issue) with a more attractive cover and a commentary in English (published 1998)..

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Missa Omnium Sanctorum (Missa ultimarum sexta et forte omnium ultima) [Referred to as either ZWV 21, ZWV21, Z.21 or Z21] (ZWV 21)

Sony (Germany), Cat. No. SK 60592
CD issued: 1998


Information: Choir: Kammerchor Stuttgart. Orchestra: Barockorchester Stuttgart (Stuttgart Baroque Orchestra). Conductor: Frieder Bernius. Soloists: Mechthild Bach (S), Daniel Taylor (A), Markus Brutscher (T), Gotthold Schwartz (B). Comments: German issue with English commentary. Reissued in France in 2002 on Sony 5081182 with commentary in French only..

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