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|1. Stabat Mater|
|3. Salve Regina In C Minor (1736)|
|4. Miserere Ii In C Minor|
This recording is without a doubt a must for a serious music lover.
James Bowman also provides a very fine performance but the Stabat Mater is more of a challenge for him and he sounds a little overwhelmed sometimes.
In her vocal lines the spiritual, sacred nature of the piece is expressed most tenderly, most yearningly,.
I purchased this in conjunction with a J.C. Bach CD also including Salve Regina (and also performed by Emma Kirkby). Read morePublished 1 month ago by forkboy1965
I love this, sound quality is flawless and captivating, highly recommendPublished 1 month ago by Gordon D. Stafford
What a piece of work this is. I have had this version for a while, and recently bought the David Daniels, Biondi Europa Galante version, Pergolesi: Stabat Mater because of the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lady Fancifull
As recommended by previous music lovers this is definitely the most luscious renditions of this music I have heard yet.Published 22 months ago by Eleanor Makris
Christopher Hogwood and his musicians live up to their legendary reputations for precision and deft execution of what might otherwise qualify as overwrought, maudlin music, but... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Serious E
Beautiful singing for a beautiful setting of a beautiful music.
I've nothing to add to other reviews, except, that this CD can be heard in Akira Kurosawa's great film,... Read more
Christopher Hogwood made one of his formidable achievements of his entire musical career with the reading of both works, hovered of a vast range of expresiveness and steeled... Read morePublished on December 12, 2011 by Hiram Gomez Pardo