Schubert Mass No. 2 in G Major D.167

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Schubert - Mass No. 2 in G Major D.167
Tel-Aviv Soloists Ensemble
Moran Singers Ensemble
Conductor: Barak Tal
Soloists:
Hadas Faran - Sopran
Yuval Golan - Tenor
Guy Pelc - Bass

I. Kyrie
II. Gloria
III. Credo
IV. Sanctus
V. Benedictus
VI. Agnus Dei

Live concert, 30.10.2011, Tel-Aviv


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2:28 thank you director, wonderful dynamics yet again, so many groups just blast through choral masterworks at the same volume and forget that the beauty often lies in the spaces between notes and that volume is a tool of sculpting rather than of pummeling :) Well worth listening to.

Author — fr8fr6dr

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I first sang this just after I turned seven.... This is so familiar to me, and I love this edition as it is different to how I have sung it so many times, as a treble, alto and tenor, and I like variations of masses like this.

Author — lfrsnc

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This brings back wonderful memories. When I was a choirboy in the 1960s we sang this mass setting every Easter for the High Mass.

Author — Christopher Stephen Jenks, BSG

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This is one of my favourite masses, always a pleasure to hear. The fact that this great work in honour of Jesus Christ is performed by Israelis is a poignant bonus.

Author — Jonathan Naumann

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I sang it 15 years ago, in college. I still remember the soprano lines and all the lyrics. Just love it!
The ensemble is very good! Congrats!

Author — Renata Nory

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My first exposure to this piece. Beautiful and well done.

Author — Jeff

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Such a beautiful, clean performance. Your excellent dynamics, intonation and diction bring the crispness to this work that it deserves.

Author — fr8fr6dr

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Very good, but the transition from Crucifixus into "Et resurrexit..." deserves so much more emotion!!! That transition is so crucial to the whole piece!  It should sound like "Freunde, Freunde..." in Ode to Joy!

Author — Crystal

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Прекрасное исполнение, мелодия красивая. Дирижер, солисты, хор СУПЕР!!!

Author — Таня Кушко

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0:18 Kyrie
4:12 Gloria
7:00 Credo
13:11 Sanctus
14:44 Benedictus
19:03 Agnus Dei

Author — Stephan Dominikus Wehrle

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Muy bueno. Sonido, direcciòn, tempo, coro, solistas, orquesta. Aplausos !!

Author — Ruben Monzon

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Wonderful and moving - the Benedictus especially beautiful.

Author — Terry McIntee

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Rather lovely overall sound from the choir and the ensemble!

Author — Christopher Killerby

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Watching and listening were a big help.  I'm singing this tomorrow in a choir of about 35.

Author — Hal Baird

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Along with my sister Julie Wittes Schlack, I was in a choir that performed this piece at a socialist summer camp called Shaker Village ~ 1967, near Pittsfield, MA USA. I loved it then and love it now.

Author — Robert C. Wittes

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A beautiful performance by all of those involved. Simple and elegant, poised, tender and expressive. Perfect tempi.
I think I've fallen in love with the soprano soloist! The bass is very fine, too.
I was very grateful to have this performance to learn from; having the opportunity to sing the bass solo myself last night with the Royal Free Music Society.

Author — Anthony Ordman

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I remember doing this piece my junior year in college....more than 30 years ago! Still remember it.

Author — John Sy

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My school chorus along with The Symphony Chorus of New Orleans performed this last night. It's so beautiful. The Gloria is my favorite.

Author — caderen

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We have to sing this in our consort choir and we are all 14-17 years old and it sounds beautiful except we have 90-100 people in our choir.

Author — Briony Craven

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Sang this in college 6yrs ago! Still reminder most of the lyrics and all the alto parts!

Author — Key