Released August 1, 2015
Duration 50m 56s
Genre Classical
 

Ottorino Respighi: Lauda per la Natività del Signore

Various Artists

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1.1
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
4:23
1.2
Maria durch ein Dornwald ging
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
2:34
1.3
O magnum mysterium
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
5:57
1.4
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
2:21
Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël  
1.5
I. O magnum mysterium
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
2:58
1.6
II. Quem vidistis pastores
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
2:06
1.7
III. Videntes stellam
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
2:57
1.8
IV. Hodie Christus natus est
Rundfunkchor Berlin; Nicolas Fink
2:14
1.9
Lauda per la Natività del Signore
Yeree Suh; Kristine Larissa Funkhauser; Krystian Adam; Polyphonia Ensemble Berlin; Rundfunkchor Berlin; Maris Sirmais
25:26
Digital Booklet
In 1930 Ottorino Respighi composed his “Lauda per la Natività del ­Signore”, the only sacred choral work among his entire opus. In this hymn of praise to the miracle of Christmas, majestic sounding choral passages alternate with the soloistic roles of Maria, the Angel and the shepherd, accompanied by the sound of pastoral instruments. The music is varied, containing stylistic elements ranging from the late romantic to neo baroque, as well as echoes of Gregorian chant. In this recording by the Rundfunkchor Berlin, under the direction of Nicolas Fink and Maris Sirmais, Respighi’s composition is presented together with beautiful Christmas pieces by Poulenc, Sandström, Kaminsky and Raphael. Like Respighi, in their compositions they employed various techniques and harmonies from previous musical eras.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Carus Studio Masters
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LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.67
-12.43 to -0.53
-24.16
-31.93 to -19.90
-20.36
-29.50 to -16.30
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12 to 15
1
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen
-12.43-31.93-29.512
2
Maria durch ein Dornwald ging
-6.48-25.39-22.512
3
O magnum mysterium
-0.53-21.94-17.412
4
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
-1.94-23.25-19.512
5
I. O magnum mysterium
-0.53-24.33-19.515
6
II. Quem vidistis pastores
-0.53-22.86-19.214
7
III. Videntes stellam
-0.53-23.45-19.515
8
IV. Hodie Christus natus est
-0.54-19.90-16.312
9
Lauda per la Natività del Signore
-0.53-24.44-19.815

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