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Mozart: Mass in C Minor, K. 427 "Great Mass"

Kammerchor Stuttgart, Hofkapelle Stuttgart, Frieder Bernius, Sarah Wegener, Sophie Harmsen, Colin Balzer, Felix Rathgeber

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Mass in C Minor, K. 427 "Great Mass" (Completed & Edited by F. Bernius & U. Wolf)  
1
I. Kyrie
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sarah Wegener; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
6:52
2
IIa. Gloria
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
2:22
3
IIb. Laudamus te
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sophie Harmsen; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
4:36
4
IIc. Gratias
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
1:03
5
IId. Domine
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sarah Wegener; Sophie Harmsen; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
2:49
6
IIe. Qui tollis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
4:36
7
IIf. Quoniam
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sarah Wegener; Sophie Harmsen; Colin Balzer; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
4:18
8
IIg. Jesu Christe - Cum Santo Spiritu
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
4:30
9
IIIa. Credo
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
3:34
10
IIIb. Et incarnatus est
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sarah Wegener; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
8:18
11
IV. Sanctus - Hosanna
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
3:30
12
V. Benedictus - Hosanna
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sarah Wegener; Sophie Harmsen; Colin Balzer; Felix Rathgeber; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
5:53
Mass in C Minor, K. 427 "Great Mass"  
13
IIIa. Credo (Fragment)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Kammerchor Stuttgart; Hofkapelle Stuttgart; Frieder Bernius
3:36
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:57
There can be no doubt – the Missa in C Minor KV 427 by W.A.Mozart is a fascinating work. Simply calling it a “mass” is inaccurate; indeed, there is hardly more than a musical torso full of enigmas and problems – and brimming with magnificent music. What has survived is a fragment, in more ways than one. Mozart left the work unfinished; moreover parts of the autograph have been lost. Carus has now produced a new edition which is not only based upon a profound knowledge of Mozart’s music and the church music practice of that time, but also meets with the current demands of performance practice. Frieder Bernius is the co-editor of the sheet music edition; he and his Stuttgart Chamber Choir recorded this version. The album impresses with its outstanding musical quality, as well as with its quality of its recording. In addition to the new version of the mass, the release also contains a bonus track with the Credo fragment without completed instrumental parts. This album is a true discovery!
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Carus Studio Masters

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