℗ 2002 Chandos
 

Hummel: Mass in D Major - Mass in B-Flat Major - Alma virgo

Susan Gritton, Collegium Musicum 90, Richard Hickox

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Mass in D Major, Op. 111  
1
Kyrie
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
5:14
2
Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Deo —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
3:32
3
Gloria: Qui tollis peccata mundi —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:05
4
Gloria: Quoniam tu solus sanctus —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
0:54
5
Gloria: Cum Sancto Spiritu
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
3:02
6
Credo: Credo in unum Deum —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:44
7
Credo: Et incarnatus est —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:32
8
Credo: Et resurrexit —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:53
9
Credo: Et vitam venturi
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:16
10
Sanctus
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:25
11
Benedictus
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
4:36
12
Agnus Dei
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
5:21
Alma virgo mater, WoO 21, S66  
13
Offertory
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Susan Gritton; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
6:25
Mass in B-Flat Major, Op. 77  
14
Kyrie
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
4:40
15
Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Deo —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:26
16
Gloria: Qui tollis peccata mundi —
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
2:36
17
Gloria: Quoniam tu solus sanctus
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
3:02
18
Credo
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
6:08
19
Sanctus
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
1:38
20
Benedictus
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
5:36
21
Agnus Dei
Johann Nepomuk Hummel; Collegium Musicum 90; Richard Hickox
5:57
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    76:02
"Five Stars ... it is astonishing that such fine pieces have been so completely neglected. They here inspire Hickox and his team to performances just as electrifying as those they have given of the great series of late Haydn masses."
- The Guardian

This first volume in a series of Hummel's Masses, recorded in October 2001 by Richard Hickox and his early music ensemble Collegium Musicum 90, features guest soprano Susan Gritton on the Alma virgo. These great works, under-represented on record, have been largely overshadowed over the years, unfairly, by Haydn's late Masses.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recording venue: Blackheath Halls; 1–3 October 2001
Recording producer: Nicholas Anderson
Sound engineer: Ralph Couzens
Assistant engineer: Michael Common
Editor: Rachel Smith
Front cover: Montage by designer featuring a corbel on the Esterházy Palace
Back cover: Photograph of Collegium Musicum 90 by Jonathan Rose
Design: Sean Coleman
Booklet typeset by Michael White-Robinson
Booklet editor: Elizabeth Long

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