CONCERTO DE BASSUS/FRANZ HAUK/BAVARIAN STATE OPERA CHOR While the German tradition observes a strict distinction between sacred and secular styles, the 19th-century Italian Mass can feel more akin to attending an operatic performance. Donizetti's church music, consisting of at least a hundred items, has hardly been explored. Individual movements were often later recycled by the composer, in cantata-like fashion to form a complete Mass and it is this ad hoc technique that Franz Hauk has used to create a new work, the Messa di Gloria and Credo in D. This includes an expansive Qui sedes with its violin solo written for the famous violinist-composer Pietro Rovelli, and is completed with movements by Johann simon Mayr from whom Donizetti learned his compositional craft in settings of sacred texts.
|Pavadinimas||MESSA DI GLORIA/CREDO IN|
|Ilgas pavadinimas||MESSA DI GLORIA/CREDO IN D|
|Orkestras||CONCERTO DE BASSUS|
|Solistai||SIMON MAYR CHORUS/THORNHILL/POLLAK/PAPENMEYER/ADLER A.O|