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Mozart - Great Mass in C minor

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  • Interprète: Camilla Tilling, Sarah Connolly
  • Orchestre: Gabrieli Consort & Players
  • Chef d'orchestre: Paul McCreesh
  • Compositeur: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • CD (23 janvier 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000BUK3B0
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Disque : 1

  1. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - kyrie
  2. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - gloria in excelsis deo
  3. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - laudamus te
  4. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - gratias agimus
  5. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - domine deus
  6. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - qui tollis
  7. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - quoniam tu solus
  8. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - jesu christe
  9. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - cum sanctu spiritu
  10. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - credo in unum deum
  11. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - et incarnatus est
  12. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - sanctus
  13. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - benedictus
  14. - scena di berenice 'berenice, che fai?' (hob xxiva:10)
  15. - ah perfido!, op.65
  16. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - quonium
  17. Grande messe en ut mineur k.427 - cum sancto spiritu

Description du produit

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Messe in c-moll KV 427 "Grosse Messe" 1 Kyrie (Edited Maunder) Messe in c-moll KV 427 "Grosse Messe" (Edited Maunder) 2 Gloria in excelsis Deo (Gloria) 3 Laudamus Te (Gloria) 4 Gratias agimus (Gloria) 5 Domine Deus (Gloria) 6 Qui tollis (Gloria) 7 Quoniam tu solus (Gloria) 8 Jesu Christe (Gloria) 9 Cum Sanctu Spiritu (Gloria) 10 Credo in unum Deum (Credo) 11 Et incarnatus est (Credo) Messe in c-moll KV 427 "Grosse Messe" 12 Sanctus (Edited Maunder) 13 Benedictus (Edited Maunder) JOSEPH HAYDN Scena di Berenice 'Berenice, che fai?' Hob XXIVa:10 14 Edited by H.C.Robbins Landon LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 15 Ah perfido!, Op.65 Camilla Tilling Sopran Gabrieli Consort & Players Kammerensemble Neal Davies Tenor Sarah Connolly Sopran Timothy Robinson Tenor Paul McCreesh Dirigent

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Process of Acclimation 24 mars 2014
Par J. R. Trtek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'd been more familiar with Paul McCreesh and the Gabrieli Consort in the context of earlier music -- Monteverdi, Victoria and the like -- and so wasn't sure what would happen when Mozart would be performed. On the whole, although it has taken a little getting used to, my reaction is definitely positive at this point. I agree with at least one other reviewer that this performance of the Mass in C minor is a toe-tapper. There is some decided athleticism and punch, and the timpani is appreciated. On the other hand, I confess that while there is drive and power, the ensemble sounded a bit thin and strained to me. Over the course of time, however, I think I've adjusted to that, in the same way that I've come to accept and even prefer a more astringent period sound in Baroque orchestral music -- while in a paradoxical way growing to love Bach on the piano instead of the harpsichord. I've come round to liking this disc very much, and perhaps in a few months I'd be willing to ratchet my rating of it to five stars instead of four.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another outstanding disk for the Mozart year 4 juin 2006
Par Larry VanDeSande - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is my first experience withe period conductor Paul McCreesh after reading about him for some years. The new Penguin Guide gives his recent "Messiah" a rave, but it's difficult to judge a British conductor or composer by Penguin Guide standards. Here McCreesh leads sopranos Camilla Trilling and Sarah Connolley, his own Gabriell Consort and Players in Mozart's "Great" C Minor Mass K. 427.

I came to grips with this mass while driving in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in 1978 and playing Colin Davis's recording in my 1977 Pontiac Bonneville equipped with an AM-FM-Cassette-CB (citizens band radio) which, let me tell you, was all the rage in the late 1970s! The sound system was pretty good, hiss and all, and it gave me an up close perspective on the music. Since then I've emotionally compared every recording of the music to Davis's, which was a watershed for me.

I would characterize McCreesh's approach to the score as more of a toe-tapper than a hummer and being heavily accented, even driven. This is most apparent in the choral sections, especially the closing Sanctus and Benedictus. In addition, McCreesh closes the Credo's "descendit de coelis" pages with heavy accents that end with timpani slams.

Meanwhile, this score -- written by Mozart with his then new bride, a soprano, in mind -- gives the women a chance to show their wares and compete with the greatest sopranos of the recording era. Connolley sings the "Laudamus te" where she is very good. Close miking gives you every opportunity to hear her pyrotechnics and excellent breath control.

Tilling sings the more famous "Et incarnatus est", one of Mozart's greatest coloratura soloes taht finds a place on most sopranoes' commercial CDs. Like Connolley before her, Tilling is miked closely and makes the most of her opportunity, singing with passion, pitch, clarity and expression. Her closing quartet with the flute, oboe and bassoon soloists is a highlight of the performance. The ladies again do very well in the "Dominus Deus" of the Gloria.

In fact, everyone does well on this CD. Outside an occasioonal wan soprano entry, the chorus is excellent from beginning to end with outstanding diction, enunciation and Latin. The orchestra plays well and organist Tim Roberts gives a nice closing touch at the end of the Kyrie and in other sections where his instrument can be heard.

And the recording, while not SACD, is state of the art. Recorded in Walthamstow Town Hall in November 2004, the DDD recording gives a sound field that is deep, resonant, clear and precise. A pair of dramatic scenes (mini-operas) by Haydn and Beethoven (Ah! Perfido) round out a well-filled CD.

The notes focus on the incomplete nature of the mass, given that it was finished without an Agnus Dei section, and discuss the history of the two scenes. The one by Haydn was written and premiered during his London trip in 1795 and first appeared on a concert with two selections from an opera, the "Military" symphony, and the premeire of the composer's "London" symphony.

"If there was one concert I would like to have been at in a previous life, this is the one!" McCreesh says in the notes. That's probably not going to happen but you are blessed by being able to hear this concert anytime you want on your home, office or car music system.

I think this performance is a step up from the one I've been listening to for a number of years, a Decca recording led by Christopher Hogwood and featuring the late Arleen Auger and Lynne Dawson in the female roles. This one is better played, more dramatic, and certainly sounds better. It would be a good addition to your collection, too.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Mass in Time of Big Macs 5 août 2013
Par Bernard Michael O'Hanlon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sometimes when I consider my brief on Amazon, I wonder if I have inadvertently enlisted in the `Zon's equivalent of a penal battalion on the Eastern Front. Minefields and creeping barrages, here I come!

While I cherish his recording of Victoria's Requiem, McCreesh's performance of Mozart's Mass in C Minor is another matter. To my ears, it's execrable.

This is the most subjective of comments but isn't this supposed to be a Mass - a convergence of God and Man? I know it is increasingly anachronistic to make such statements in our day and age (I am all for sophisticated atheism and agnosticism - hello Russell's Teapot - not the cheaper variety in either instance) but dammit: a performance which aspires to be "historically informed" should at least attempt to mirror the mindset of the original participants, let alone that of the composer-god. This performance of K 427 - ever so predictably - predicates a dynamic where Ronald McDonald is Pontifex Maximus, cosmically enthroned with the keys of the kingdom. Not once does it attempt to "fall upwards".

Have a listen. Pinpoint the penitence in the Kyrie where "the just man is barely safe"! Where is the cosmic joy in the Gloria (which is not to be equated with mere loudness)? As I hear it, indifference greets the Lamb of God in the Qui Tollis - and Veronica, if you're reading, Christmas does not exist per se: as performed here (in the Et Incarnatus est), it's been secularised. Rejoice in the shopping-mall!

More evidence that McCreesh is grounded on Planet Secular comes with the bonus items; the Scena di Berenice and Ah Perfido! They're both cut from the same cloth as the Mass.

In my lexicon, the Gabrieli Consort is unlikely to feature as a byword for excellence. Karajan once said that when the big moments come, a great orchestra will always find that little bit extra. What is one of say of a makeshift ensemble which becomes scrawnier at such times? Listen to the climax of the Kyrie once the soprano closes: it's an Abrahamic moment where one and all ask the Almighty to save the city on account of the one good man. Not here: it sounds like an advertisement for cat-food. Yes indeed, what a joy it is to hear the vibrato-less twang of this mighty ensemble! Praise the redundant sky-deity for small mercies: clipped phrasing is sparse on the ground.

While Tilling and Connelley sing well enough, is either of them a major talent? Memories of the great Cotrubas, supported ably by a singer called . . . now what's her name again . . . that's right, Kiri Te Kanawa, are not effaced (Mozart: Mass in C Minor).

I never thought I would long for Jeggy with such intensity: his brisk efficiency aside, at least he is semi-alive to the numinosity of this miraculous score. If performances of this mettle presage the future, be they historically informed or otherwise, I abjure it.
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