Rossini: Petite Messe solennelle. carus music

Gioachino Rossini

Petite Messe solennelle

1863

Description

On the surface, the Petite Messe solennelle is an occasional work, written for the dedication of the private chapel of a well-to-do Parisian nobleman. Rossini himself never published the work. The typically Rossinian rhythms and capricious drama, entirely in operatic style, offer a choir the chance to show off its full range of abilities – provided it has mastered the challenges.


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: Andrea Lauren Brown, Sarah Wegener (soprano), Ulrike Andersen, Ulrike Bartsch (alto), Michael Feyfar, Georg Poplutz (tenore), Jonathan de la Paz Zaens, Dominik Wörner (basso) – Kirchheimer Vokal-Consort, Simon Bucher (piano), Andreas Gräsle (harmonium) – Tõnu Kaljuste

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73.312/00
12,5 x 14 cm, without cover

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73.312/01
12,5 x 14 cm, without cover

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