One of his later works, Haydn’s Missa in tempore belli, composed in 1796, is also referred to as the Paukenmesse (“Kettledrum Mass”) through the use of timpani in the Agnus Dei. For the Vienna premiere, Haydn added flutes, clarinets and horns to the score, so that in terms of sound the soloists and the chorus have to hold their own against a truly large orchestral apparatus. In this case, practicing with the app is of course recommended for a good vocal presence.
Experience choral music. Anytime. Anywhere.
At home and out and about: Straight away your choral works will always be with you to practice! With carus music, the new choir app, you can follow the music whilst listening to a top-class recording on your smartphone or tablet, and easily practice your own choral part with the help of a coach. With carus music, your concert preparation will be easy and efficient to master – and fun!
Performers: Ann Hoyt (soprano), Kirsten Sollek (alto), Daniel Neer (tenore), Richard Lippold (basso) – Trinity Church Choir, Rebel Baroque Orchestra – J. Owen Burdick
- J. Owen Burdick Personal details
- Trinity Church Choir Zemun, Beograd Personal details
- Rebel Baroque Orchestra Personal details
Soloist - soprano
- Ann Hoyt Personal details
Soloist - alto
- Kirsten Sollek Personal details
Soloist - tenor
- Daniel Neer Personal details
Soloist - bass
- Richard Lippold Personal details
- Joseph Haydn Personal details