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Mozart – Mass in C Minor / Salzburg Mozarteum

First ever recording of the Reconstructed Edition of Mozart’s Great Mass featuring the Bachchor and the Camerata Salzburg conducted by Andrew Manze.

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Leopold Mozart (1719–1787)
LITANIAE LAURETANAE E-FLAT MAJOR

Wolfgang Amadé Mozart (1756–1791)
MASS IN C MINOR K. 427
Reconstructed, completed and edited by Ulrich Leisinger

The celebrated British conductor Andrew Manze conducts the Bachchor Salzburg and the Camerata Salzburg in this new realisation of Mozart’s Mass in C minor. The performance uses a new score reconstructed and edited by the renowned musicologist and Mozart expert Ulrich Leisinger. Comparing several editions of the Mass from Mozart’s time found in and around Salzburg, Leisinger discovered many parallels between each score and other clues to help complete any missing parts. Featuring a stellar quartet of soloists including Carolyn Sampson, this live performance from the Großer Saal of the Mozarteum Foundation in Salzburg also includes Leopold Mozart’s rarity Litaniae Lauretanae.

CAMERATA SALZBURG
Andrew Manze, Conductor
SALZBURG BACH CHOIR
Alois Glaßner, Chorus Master

CAROLYN SAMPSON, Soprano
MARIANNE BEATE KIELLAND, Soprano
BENJAMIN BRUNS, Tenor
DOUGLAS WILLIAMS, Bass
MICHAELA AIGNER, Organ

5 August 2019, SALZBURG MOZARTEUM Foundation in cooperation with
Salzburg Festival, from Großer Saal at Mozarteum Foundation
First Live Recording (ORF)

© A production of NAXOS in association with Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation, 2019

[BVE08057 / BVE08058]
Total playing time: 79 minutes
Language: German, English
DVD: NTSC 16:9 · PCM stereo · DVD 9 · Region: 0 (Worldwide)
BD: HD 16:9 · PCM stereo · BD 25 · Region: A, B, C

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