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Puccini : Messa di Gloria, Preludio sinfonico & Capriccio sinfonico - Apex
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Puccini : Messa di Gloria, Preludio sinfonico & Capriccio sinfonico - Apex

1 septembre 1990 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 4 octobre 2004
  • Date de sortie: 1 septembre 1990
  • Label: Warner Classics International
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  • ASIN: B0025BZF48
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A truly Puccinian noble and elegantly "theatrical" Mass, plus two minor anticipatory works, in really outstanding performances. 1 avril 2013
Par Luca - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Puccini, born 1858, composed his "Messa di Gloria" in 1880, when he was aged 21 (the "Credo" had been already composed and performed as an autonomous piece in 1878), but this really beautiful work is not characterized only by a fresh, instinctive and sincere religious feeling.
The main feature is, in my opinion, a general sense of high nobleness and elegance, joined to an innate theatrical approach.

Everybody knows that Giacomo came from a family strictly connected for generations to music and, in particular, to the role of "Maestro di Cappella" of the "Duomo di Lucca", where he, aged 14, played the organ. Surely, the familiarity with the church music idiom helped Puccini while composing this work. But, obviously, it does not explain the originality of this masterpiece.

In my opinion, the fact that Puccini came from a traditional musical little world allows this composition to better highlight his exceptional and truly talented musicality and originality.
This is a truly Puccinian work and in it we can easily recognize the seeds of what will later plentifully mature in the operatic field.

But, as I have already underscored, here we do not meet a "green" work, but a completely satisfying and involving masterwork. The only youngish fault is a sort of unbalance among the weights of the five sections, from which comes a bit of lack of unitarity that affects the composition.

The composition is great, but its performance here is really outstanding.
This issue presents a couple of marvelous soloists, José Carreras (b. 1946) and Hermann Prey (1929-1998), who further embellish the work with their voices and heartfelt interpretations.
The Ambrosian Singers, as usual, are simply perfect. The Philharmonia Orchestra is attentive, precise and involved.
Claudio Scimone (b. 1934) - usually steadily associated with a different epoch repertory - here reveals an unexpected, for me, true Puccinian vein and his conducting results really idiomatic.

The 1984 DDD sound is excellent, pure and airy.

The CD is generously filled up with two minor, but really interesting, Puccini's works: the "Preludio Sinfonico", composed in 1876, and the "Capriccio Sinfonico", composed in 1883, both praiseworthily reconstituted and revised by Pietro Spada.
As in the case of the Messa, here you will find many features of the later Puccini. The "Capriccio" anticipates many themes we will meet in "La Bohème".

Here Claudio Scimone conducts the Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo in a very fine and idiomatic performance.

The ADD 1974 and 1978 sound is anyway very good, vivid, clean and warm.

The very thin booklet contains only a brief, but interesting, article in English, German and French.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beautiful performance of a dramatic mass 17 novembre 2010
Par T. Fisher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I love Verdi's Requiem and Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle, so I was very much looking forward to listening to this mass. Although it doesn't speak to me with the same intensity as these other masses by Italian opera masters, this is a beautiful performance of a very interesting mass that clearly shows off Puccini's flair for drama and storytelling.

The best part of this recording is the performance -- rich and satisfying, beautifully played by the Philharmonia Orchestra under conductor Claudio Scimone. The singing, spearheaded by Jose Carreras is spectacular. Top-notch all around.

The composition itself is certainly quite different, and probably unique within the sacred music literature. Puccini wrote this when he was a student at only age 17, as a kind of a graduation exercise. He had already decided he was going into opera -- and this career choice is pretty apparent in the composition. It is filled with fantastic arias and has the sound and feel of a theater or performance work more than a mass.

It hasn't been given the name "Messa di Gloria" -- an apocryphal name that has stuck better than Puccini's own "Messa a quattro voci" -- for nothing. The "Gloria" for tenor and choir is by far the dominant section of the mass, at over 20 minutes with nine separate sections. It was conceived by Puccini as its own work and later incorporated into the larger mass. The 16-minute "Credo" was also conceived separately and placed into the mass.

The other sections -- the Kyrie, Sanctus and Agnus Dei -- are much shorter and less elaborate. This is a weakness, and the effect is that the composition isn't really very well integrated and doesn't form a very cohesive whole. So in the end, I was less impressed by this mass than with the tour de force compositions of Verdi and Rossini mentioned earlier.

I still give the CD five stars, though. For all its faults, this really is a work you should hear -- the Credo and especially the Gloria contain sublime and dramatic moments that foreshadow Puccini's later operatic work. And the performance is outstanding. Overall this disc is very much worthwhile.

There are two other works on the CD -- the Preludio Sinfonico and Capriccio Sinfonico, both performed by the Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra under Claudio Scimone. Both pieces are very pleasant, well performed, and a good listen to round out the program.
Five Stars 9 décembre 2014
Par Carol at the Beach - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
this is different from Puccini's operas but I enjoy listening to it.
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The music is beautiful.......if you can hear it. 21 juin 2013
Par Stacy Pellow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I like to listen to music while I'm on my computer. Unfortunately, this CD played a tremendous amount of static noise while playing in the computer. It played fine in my CD boom-box and on my lap-top, but would not play properly in the computer.
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