Mass No. 6 in E-flat Major, D950: No. 1, Kyrie
He also rather relies on repeated, chordal, punctuational figures for the brass which can sound gauche and over-emphatic. The Kyrie meanders somewhat, which could be said of quite a lot of this music.
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The over-long Gloria trundles along. The Credo begins with a bold, impressive brass fanfare followed by a slightly unconvincing fugue. There is much more to enjoy in the D from and first performed posthumously.
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Unusually for such a fluent composer, it took him three years, on and off, to write. But the First Kapellmeister at court, Josef Eybler, received it with the comment that it was not composed in the style the Emperor liked.
Schubert: Mass in A flat major, D678 "Missa Solemnis"; Mass in E flat major, D950 "Missa solemnis"
The Fifth Mass was unconventional, omitting fugues where tradition prescribed them. As in his instrumental music, he had found a new way of combining a vast scale of conception with his matchless gifts of lyrical invention. Restful calm and breadth are the keynotes.
It was first sung — in Holy Trinity Church according to his wishes — on October 4, , nearly a year after its composer died. Page of First Last Jump to page: Results 9, to 9, of Thread: Latest Purchases.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Originally Posted by Baregrass. Really nice! Where did you find them.
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I only saw the 5 CD version on Deutschegrammophon's site. Reply With Quote. Baregrass liked this post. I ordered this two weeks ago from Amazon US directly.
Schubert : Masses No.5 in A flat major D678 & No.6 in E flat major D950
Apparently Amazon is powerful enough to make the US Postal Service work on Sunday, because it was waiting on my doorstep when I got home from doing some errands today. One more of the chief lures for this, beyond the conductor, is the fact that unlike most sets, it contains both the "Study Symphony" and the "Nullte".
I think only Tintner has both, and one of Barrnboim's has the Nullte. If music be the food of life, play on!
Shakespeare, corrected. I've been enjoying my Klemperer Brahms set, but I also wanted something with newer sound.