℗ 2012 Hyperion Records Limited
Released May 25, 2012
Duration 1h 09m 09s
Record Label Hyperion
Genre Classical
 

Mozart: Missa solemnis, K. 337; Solemn Vespers, K. 321 etc.

St Paul's Cathedral Choir

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Missa solemnis in C Major, K. 337  
1.1
I. Kyrie
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Mozart Orchestra
3:14
1.2
II. Gloria
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Lina Markeby
3:44
1.3
Epistle (Church) Sonata in C Major, K. 336
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Andrew Carwood
4:14
1.4
III. Credo
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
5:16
1.5
IV. Sanctus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
1:58
1.6
V. Benedictus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
3:00
1.7
VI. Agnus Dei
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
5:47
Regina caeli in C Major, K. 108  
1.8
I. Regina caeli laetare
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Cathedral Choir
3:03
1.9
II. Quia quem meruisti
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
4:02
1.10
III. Ora pro nobis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
4:43
1.11
IV. Alleluia
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Andrew Carwood
3:07
Vesperae solennes de Dominica, K. 321  
1.12
I. Dixit Dominus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Mozart Orchestra
3:51
1.13
II. Confitebor tibi
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Cathedral Choir
5:21
1.14
III. Beatus vir
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Cathedral Choir
4:24
1.15
IV. Laudate pueri
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Mozart Orchestra
3:44
1.16
V. Laudate Dominum
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Mozart Orchestra
4:43
1.17
VI. Magnificat
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; St Paul's Cathedral Choir
4:58
Digital Booklet
"Most of the music here is performed by the good soloists and enthusiastic chorus with gusto, so the chief impression is of lusty praise, though there are some delightfully fairly florid solo passages where Mozart's adoration of the female voice is more evident than his devotion to God." - BBC Music Magazine After almost a decade, Hyperion is delighted to welcome back the world-famous St Paul’s Cathedral Choir under its new director of music, Hyperion artist and also director of The Cardinall’s Musick, Andrew Carwood. Joined by the St Paul’s Mozart Orchestra and a quartet of renowned soloists, Carwood leads sparkling performances of a selection of Mozart’s sacred music. Although they were commissioned to be sung at church services in Salzburg, all these compositions are suffused with Mozart’s typically unerring sense of dramatic pacing and a sensuous, operatic treatment of solo lines, as well as crisp and energetic choral writing.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Hyperion Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.46
-12.41 to -1.24
-25.71
-34.90 to -21.47
-21.93
-32.00 to -17.80
14
12 to 16
1
I. Kyrie
-1.24-27.05-22.314
2
II. Gloria
-2.80-23.20-19.312
3
Epistle (Church) Sonata in C Major, K. 336
-12.41-34.90-32.014
4
III. Credo
-2.82-24.94-20.914
5
IV. Sanctus
-3.80-25.01-20.914
6
V. Benedictus
-4.14-24.28-20.513
7
VI. Agnus Dei
-1.63-27.72-23.414
8
I. Regina caeli laetare
-2.85-22.34-18.613
9
II. Quia quem meruisti
-4.49-28.18-24.913
10
III. Ora pro nobis
-3.29-28.56-25.116
11
IV. Alleluia
-2.99-23.87-20.013
12
I. Dixit Dominus
-1.41-21.47-17.813
13
II. Confitebor tibi
-1.53-24.66-20.814
14
III. Beatus vir
-3.39-23.72-20.013
15
IV. Laudate pueri
-3.12-25.52-22.215
16
V. Laudate Dominum
-3.90-27.90-24.415
17
VI. Magnificat
-3.08-23.81-19.713

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