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Vivaldi: Gloria / Bach: Magnificat

from: Telarc

 : Vivaldi: Gloria / Bach: Magnificat
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: tibi
EAN: 0089408019425
Item Dimensions: 4748823555
Label: Telarc
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Telarc
Model: 2022926
MPN: 089408019425
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 19, 1989
Publisher: Telarc
Release Date: July 09, 2006
Studio: Telarc


Disc 1:
  1. Gloria In Excelsis - Dawn Upshaw
  2. Et In Terra Pax - Dawn Upshaw
  3. Laudamus Te - Dawn Upshaw
  4. Gratias Agimus Tibi - Dawn Upshaw
  5. Propter Magnam Gloriam Tuam - Dawn Upshaw
  6. Domine Deus - Dawn Upshaw
  7. Domine Fili Unigenite - Dawn Upshaw
  8. Domine Deus, Agnus Dei - Dawn Upshaw
  9. Qui Tollis - Dawn Upshaw
  10. Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patris - Dawn Upshaw
  11. Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus - Dawn Upshaw
  12. Cum Sancto Spiritu - Dawn Upshaw
  13. Magnificat - Dawn Upshaw
  14. Et Exsultavit - David Gordon
  15. Quia Respexit - David Gordon
  16. Omnes Generationes - David Gordon
  17. Quia Fecit Mihi Magna - David Gordon
  18. Et Misericordia - David Gordon
  19. Fecit Potentiam - David Gordon
  20. Deposuit Potentes - David Gordon
  21. Esurientes Implevit Bonis - David Gordon
  22. Suscepit Israel - David Gordon
  23. Sicut Locutus Est - David Gordon
  24. Gloria Patri - David Gordon
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
This is definitive recording of Vivaldi's Gloria and Bach's Magnificat on modern instruments. Not but 50 years ago (when period performances were nearly non-existent) choirs like the Roger Wagner Chorale were butchering these works. Robert Shaw comes along and performs Handel's Messiah like nobody's ever heard, with lively tempos and light articulation; finally scholarship and performance practice catch up to what we have today. The Works: On this disk are two very different works. The Vivaldi is evocative of the Italian singing tradition. Flowing melodies and voice writing, both with conjunct motion, simple harmonies over the typical Baroque perpetual motion. The Bach, on the other hand, is from the later German school. Vocal and instrumental parts are extremely virtuosic, and the separate movements use more variety in orchestration and texture. The Performers: While using modern transverse flutes, winds, piccolo trumpets, and strings, the sound has a modern fullness (Shaw still pares down the Atlanta Symphony), but it is taut with proper Baroque articulation. The organ and bass continuo are very good at what they do. The ensemble comes across crisp and clear. The soloists are dynamite; they have read up on their vocal performance practices (without going overboard) and perform with style and intelligence. The Atlanta Chamber Chorus is also very fine, however it seems, in relation to everyone else, they are singing in a bathroom; still well performed. The Performance: The tempos are moderate considering recent scholarship, but this is still the "mainstream" recording of these miniature masterpieces. Robert Shaw knows the works, knows the style, and know how to get the proper sounds and balances from his ensembles.

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