Dvořák / Liszt / Simon Preston · George Guest - Mass. Op.86 / Missa Choralis download mp3 album
86; Liszt: Missa Choralis.
Top Songs Antonín Dvořák. Symphony no. 8, op. 88: II. Adagio. 8. Slavonic Dances, op. 72, no. 2 in E minor. Slavonic Dances, String Serenade.
86, Liszt: Missa Choralis (1991) by Antonín Dvořák. This album has an average beat per minute of 89 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 56/136 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Dvořák: Mass in D major, Op. 86, Liszt: Missa choralis. 1. Mass in D major, Op. 86: I. Kyrie.
For the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, see Simon Preston of Craigmillar. For the English darts player, see Simon Preston (darts player). In 1967, Preston wrote a setting of a Missa Brevis (Short Communion Mass) for Edington Music Festival. Also in 1968, he wrote a Magnificat and a Nunc Dimittis for the same festival. His many recordings include the complete organ works of J. S. Bach and the Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony, with James Levine conducting the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, both for Deutsche Grammophon, He has played harpsichord (particularly earlier in his career), including on a recording of the Concert Champêtre, as well as organ. Interview with Simon Preston, May 1, 1990. Preceded by Douglas Guest. Organist and Master of the Choristers of Westminster Abbey 1981–1988.
86 ; . 53 (organ), . 75 (orchestra). I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Zdenka Hlávková (soprano) Anna Dvořáková (alto) Rudolf Huml? (tenor) Otakar Schwenda? (bass) Hlahol of Plzeň (chorus) Josef Klička (organ) Antonín Dvořák (conductor). 1893 (March 11) in London (orchestra). Clara Smnell (soprano) Marian McKenzie (alto) Edwin Houghton (tenor) Andrew Black (bass) Crystal Palace Choir (chorus) Crystal Palace Orchestra (orchestra) August Manns (conductor).
|Mass In D Major Op. 86|
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- Made By – PMDC, Germany
- Alto Vocals – Andrew Giles (tracks: 1 to 6), Christopher Royall (tracks: 7 to 12)
- Bass Vocals – Richard Stuart (tracks: 7 to 12), Robert Morton (tracks: 1 to 6)
- Choir – Choir Of Saint John's College, Cambridge* (tracks: 7 to 12), Choir Of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford* (tracks: 1 to 6)
- Composed By – Antonín Dvořák (tracks: 1 to 6), Franz Liszt (tracks: 7 to 12)
- Conductor – George Guest (tracks: 7 to 12), Simon Preston (tracks: 1 to 6)
- Cover [The Ascension] – Ford Madox Brown
- Design – Jo Bowers
- Engineer – Michael Mailes (tracks: 7 to 12), Stanley Goodall
- Organ – Nicholas Cleobury (tracks: 1 to 6), Stephen Cleobury (tracks: 7 to 12)
- Producer – James Walker (tracks: 7 to 12), Michael Bremner (tracks: 1 to 6)
- Tenor Vocals – Alan Byers (tracks: 1 to 6), William Kendall (tracks: 7 to 12)
- Treble Vocals – Lynton Atkinson (tracks: 7 to 12), Mark Tinkler (tracks: 7 to 12), Neil Ritchie (tracks: 1 to 6)
NotesRecording locations: Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge, January 1973 (tracks 7 to 12); Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, April 1974 (tracks 1 to 6)
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 28943 03642 9
- Barcode (Scanned): 028943036429
- Matrix / Runout: 430 364-2 01 >
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 01K5
- Rights Society: BIEM/Stemra
- Label Code: LC 0171
- ASIN: B00000E4MD
- Other (SPARS Code): ADD