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Haydn: Missa In Angustiis / Nelson Mass / Te Deum

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  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 14.2 x 12.6 x 0.99 cm; 110 Grams
  • Manufacturer : Universal Music Canada
  • Item model number : 1989934
  • SPARS Code : DDD
  • Label : Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN : B0000057D3
  • Number of discs : 1
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1. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Kyrie - 'Kyrie eleison - Christe eleison - Kyrie eleison' Allegro Moderato
2. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Gloria - 'Gloria in excelsis Deo' Allegro
3. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Gloria - 'Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi, Miserere Nobis' Adagio
4. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Gloria - 'Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus' Allegro
5. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Credo - 'Credo in unum Deum' Allegro Con Spirito
6. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Credo - 'Et Incarnatus Est' Largo
7. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Credo - 'Et Resurrexit' Vivace
8. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Sanctus - 'Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus - Pleni sunt coeli' ' Adagio - Allegro
9. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Sanctus - 'Benedictus, qui venit In momine Domini - Osanna In Excelsis' Allegretto - Allegro
10. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Agnus Dei - 'Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi' Adagio
11. Missa In Angustiis - 'Nelson Mass' For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra In D Minor (Hob. XXII:11): Agnus Dei - 'Dona Nobis Pacem' Vivace
12. Te Deum For Chorus, Orchestra And Organ In C Major (Hob.XXIIIc:2): Te Deum - 'Te Deum laudamus' Allegro
13. Te Deum For Chorus, Orchestra And Organ In C Major (Hob.XXIIIc:2): Te Deum - 'Te Ergo Puaesummus' Adagio
14. Te Deum For Chorus, Orchestra And Organ In C Major (Hob.XXIIIc:2): Te Deum - 'Aeterna Fac Cum Sanctis Tuis - In Te, Domine, Speravi' Allegro Moderato

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As a servant of the old aristocracy, Haydn shared its anxiety about the progress of the wars with Revolutionary France; this Mass, with its anxious "Kyrie" and "Benedictus", has always been associated with the relief felt at Nelson's victory in the Battle of the Nile. Like the Te Deum recorded with it here, it was probably performed for him when, two years later, he and Lady Hamilton visited the Esterhazys at Eisenstadt and Nelson and Haydn exchanged gifts. The Esterhazy orchestra had been reduced in size and Haydn wrote this mass for strings, trumpets, drums and organ--the darker passages are memorably bleak and the more joyful and spirited sections always have a grim undertone, in which soloists and chorus often sound as if they are going a good job of keeping their spirits up in the trying times of the work's title. The vocal stars here are Lott and Watkinson, whose solos often help define the mood of particular sections, but the singing is uniformly remarkable. Pinnock and the English Concert help remind us that period performance is not just pedantry, but a way of making well-known scores sound fresh and new. --Roz Kaveney