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Mozart: Mass In C Minor

Mozart: Mass In C Minor

30 mai 1986

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Détails sur le produit

  • Performers: Raymond Leppard/Ileana Cotrubas/Dame Kiri Te Kanawa/Werner Krenn/Hans Sotin/John Alldis Choir/New Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Conductors: Raymond Leppard/Ileana Cotrubas/Dame Kiri Te Kanawa/Werner Krenn/Hans Sotin/John Alldis Choir/New Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Date de sortie d'origine : 30 mai 1986
  • Date de sortie: 2 juin 1986
  • Label: Warner Classics
  • Copyright: (C) 1986 EMI Records Ltd.
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  • Durée totale: 59:16
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  • ASIN: B00258M9F4
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buried treasure 22 janvier 2011
Par pekinman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Back in England in the 1970s and 1980s there were a number of fine, even great, recordings of Mozart made by Sir Neville Marriner, Sir Colin Davis and, last but not least, Raymond Leppard.

I've had this recording in my life since the early 1970s and have not encountered another performance of Mozart's great Mass in c that delights from start to finish as this one does. This masterpiece falls in the huge shadow of the famous Requiem in d. The c minor Mass being the moon to the d minor Requiem's sun.

On the surface of things, early listenings, this piece is relatively sunny in comparison to the sepulcher and dark Requiem composed at the tail end of Mozart's life. But this is merely reflected sunlight (the moon again). The solemnity and graceful beauty of it is brought to the fore by Raymond Leppard's unusually slow tempos, especially in the first aria for Soprano, sung seraphically here by Ileana Cotrubas and the Gloria which is very grave and stately. I compared this performance to that of Karajan's famous recording, also with a fine pair of sopranos (Barbara Hendricks and Janet Perry) and found the old meister's tempos to be leaning in the direction of the HIPster quickster crowd. But Karajan and Leppard are both damned by the adjective 'Romantic', which I think is mistaken identity for 'Beautiful.' No scraggy, vibratoless strings here, or tootling period wind instruments. Leppard and Karajan both use modern orchestras. I should add that Leppard's New Philharmonia need fear no negative comparisons from Karajan's Berlin Philharmonic. The John Alldis Choir acquits itself very well.

Suvi Raj Grubb produced this recording. He was the brightest light at EMI before it sank into mediocrity in the ensuing decades. He and his engineer, Robert Gooch, have come up with a perfect balance between soloists, chorus and orchestra. This at a time when EMI was taking a lot of flack for it's inferior sound quality, compared to the pristine DGG and Philips.

This Leppard recording is crowned by the sublime contribution of the young Kiri te Kanawa singing the 2nd soprano arias. She and Cotrubas provide a deal of magic to an already excellent proposition.

This Mass in c is the best out there, even edging out Karajan in this piece.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best interpretation 23 mars 2006
Par CLB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am a Mozart fan, having a very large collection including several interpretation of almost all the works. This interpretation is in my view the really best, the orchestra and choir are together delicate and powerful. Kanawa sings the 2d soprano and she is at the best of her voice. (she will sing the first soprano years later, and their is no comparaison).Cotrubas is just perfect, and the two voices are wonderful together. The tenor and the bass are great, the ensemble is simply a dream. I recommend it with enthousiasm!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cotrubas Magic 14 avril 2011
Par Bernard Michael O'Hanlon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
However modest her talents as a singer were, Constanze Mozart radiates forth from the the firmament of the C Minor Mass like the central pane of a Rose Window. Solomon was right to describe the work as her Magnificat. Accordingly, those sopranos who follow in her steps, so to speak, must sing like a Bird of Paradise - in love - if they are to do justice to this masterpiece - and that is exactly what Cotrubas does here.

Supportly aptly by the conductor, orchestra and sound-engineers, she illuminates proceedings with grace - I almost fell in love with her on the spot. Perhaps only Janowitz, at the height of her powers, could have matched her wizardry. Herbie & the Berlin Phil run Leppard close - and in certain movements they exceed him - but their soprano, Barbara Hendricks, is a little too operatic for my tastes Mozart: Great Mass in C minor.

Be it this older issue or the 2000 remastering, track it down and buy it. Today.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A superb performance in mediocre to poor sound 2 décembre 2015
Par Daniel C. Harlow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is my favorite version of Mozart's C minor Mass, at least on modern instruments. The pacing seems just right, the choir and orchestra can't be bettered, and the two principal vocalists (the sopranos) are outstanding (Cotrubas is exquisite, and Te Kanawa was definitely in her prime when she made this record; she's just marvelous). I hesitate to give this recording 5 stars only because of the relatively poor quality of the sound engineering. The ADD digital remastering (available on a CD with a different cover) made virtually no improvement over the original AAD CD transfer. Still, I will return to this offering often.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Songbirds singing in full-throated ease 4 septembre 2011
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm trying to work out why, having owned and loved this recording in various forms for thirty years, I haven't reviewed it before. I suppose I have just taken it for granted that everyone knows this is one of the most ravishing outpourings of soprano singing ever committed to disc. If you didn't know it, please take my word for it now.

Kiri Te Kanawa and Ileana Cotrubas are in their youthful prime, soaring and trilling like two larks on a summer's evening, their voices entwining voluptuously. Each has a recognisably individual tone yet they are beautifully matched and sound quite similar in alt; particularly gorgeous is their shadowing of each other in the sprightly "Domine Deus". Te Kanawa is effortlessly lovely in the "Laudamus te", Cotrubas extraordinarily plaintive in "Et in incarnatus est", complete with a pure top C. There is a naturalness and ease to this performance which is typical of Raymond Leppard's facility with Mozart. Long before period performance was the norm, he anticipates the lightness and articulation of HIP. The only recording I have heard to rival it is Philippe Herreweghe's 1991 version (see my review) with a smaller choir, a leaner orchestral sound and soloists who contrast rather than match but provide an equally satisfying and spiritual interpretation.

Despite being a bigger band, the New Philharmonia is agile and delicate. The male soloists have a great deal less to do than the women but are equally adept; the John Alldis Choir is fleet and sonorous. A classic account of a glorious work.
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