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Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms - Bart Feller (flute); David Wilson-Johnson; Fred Sherry (cello); Gregg Smith Singers; Mary Ann Hart (mezzo-soprano);...
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  1. Otche Nash' (Pater Noster), for chorus
  2. Ave Maria, for chorus a cappella (after Bogoroditse D'vo)
  3. Credo, for chorus
  4. Mass, for chorus & double wind quintet
  5. Cantata, for 2 soloists, female chorus & chamber orchestra
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  1. Otche Nash' (Pater Noster), for chorus
  2. Ave Maria, for chorus a cappella (after Bogoroditse D'vo)
  3. Credo, for chorus
  4. Mass, for chorus & double wind quintet
  5. Cantata, for 2 soloists, female chorus & chamber orchestra
  6. Babel, cantata for reciter, male chorus & orchestra (for collaborative cantata "Genesis Suite")
  7. Symphony of Psalms, for chorus & orchestra
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Re-coupled from decade-old recordings originally released on the Music Masters label, this 2006 disc of Stravinsky's sacred choral works led by Robert Craft is in its way as good as it gets for the music. The playing of New York's Orchestra of St. Luke's and London's Philharmonia Orchestra is colorful and strong. The singing of the Simon Joly Chorale and the Gregg Smith Singers is lovely and powerful. And the conducting of Robert Craft, Stravinsky's one-time amanuensis and general factotum, is wholly at one with the music. ...

Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms 2006, Naxos

UPC: 747313250424

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