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These two popular 19th century orchestral masses could hardly be more different: even though there are only 40 years between Franz Schuberts Mass No. 2 in G major D. 167 and Charles Gounods St. Cecilia Mass. While Schubert at the tender age of 18 wrote his mass - in a single week! - in the customary style at the time of the Missa brevis, Charles Gounods St. Cecilia Mass stands out by virtue of lustrous tone colors with harp and winds - reminiscent in many places of grand opéra. The recording of the present CD took place in March of 2007 in Munichs Herkulessaal in the Residence and reveal Mariss Jansons, the Chief Conductor of the Chor and Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks in an especially deeply felt program.

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The ravishing beauty of the choral and orchestral sound and Jansons clear belief in every bar of the piece deliver unalloyed pleasure. . Fire up your music system and wallow in this majestic live performance. ***** EDITORS CHOICE --Classic fm Magazine,Mar'12"br""br"This is all splendidly controlled by Maris Jansons. There is also a fine tenor solo from Christian Elsner in the Sanctus , and both performance and recording do well with the three soloists in et incarnatus , which Gounod wanted sung as quietly as possible to do justice to the fundamental profoundity of the subject. --IRR,Feb'12

Schubert/ Gounod: Masses (Mass G Minor/ Cecilia Mass) (Br Klassi

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