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Thread: Missa 1724

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    Dec 2013

    Default Missa 1724

    Just in case I was not the only one who, as a result of the present circumstances, missed it: Missa 1724; Salve Regina / Vaclav Luks; Collegium 1704; Collegium Vocale 1704 has been issued recently. It may give some positive distraction. Take care!

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    Thanks for the heads up, bought it as download/flac from Presto Music!

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    Apr 2008

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    A very nice CD. Weirdly, I can get very good sound on headphones or small speakers, but my 'big system' needs volume to be cranked really high to properly reproduce it; must be due to the brass and the 'space' evident in the recording.

    I really hope zwv 33 will be recorded by someone. I hope I'm not mistaken -- I'm talking about the Credo with a triple fugue on Et vitam venturi saeculi, for which Arnaud prepared a score years ago, and which somehow disappeared from the internet...

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    I guess you are talking about this :
    Stockigt, Appendix A, Worklist, ZWV2 D-Dlb D-34,2 Credo, autographe score (c. 1722)

    Link to mp3
    Link to manuscript
    Link to score (not mine)

    In D-34,1-2, there is a nice separate Qui tollis. (contact me if you want the score and mp3)

    Best wishes

  5. #5
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    Apr 2013
    York + Bournemouth UK

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    Here's a short review posted by Ralph Graves in Charlottesville Classical

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    The Christe Eleison is ( totally ) the same than second movement of Miserere ZWV 56 " et secundum... " ( you can listen to this first Miserere by Collegium 1704 on Vimeo )

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