Mendelssohn’s setting of the liturgical sequence Lauda Sion is relatively unknown. This is partly because it was written at the same time as Elijah, and partly because he never conducted it himself, and it was only published after his early death. With this work it is deep breaths and good support which are required above all, in order to sustain well through the long phrases and arrive triumphantly at the end without losing any radiance.
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Performers: Ruth Ziesak (soprano), Helene Schneidermann (alto), Christoph Prégardien (tenore), Gotthold Schwarz (basso) – Kammerchor Stuttgart, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen – Frieder Bernius
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