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Antonio Soler ‎– Miserere a8 & Miserere a12 / Conducted by Ferenc Szekeres / Hungaroton ‎Audio CD 1983 Stereo / HCD 12427-2

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Antonio Soler ‎– Miserere a8 & Miserere a12 / Hungaroton ‎Audio CD 1983 Stereo

UPC 5996051270019

HCD124272

 

Product Details: 

Label: Hungaroton ‎– HCD 12427-2
Format: CD, Album
Country: Hungary
Released: 1983
Genre: Classical
 
 
 
 
Editorial Review:
Padre Antonio Soler (1729-1783) composed during the transitional period between the Baroque and Classical eras. In 1757 he was appointed Choirmaster of San Lorenzo Cathedral and composed numerous works for his choir. The two "Miserere's" on this recording are both settings of Psalm 50. "Miserere a 8" is scored for three vocal soloists (soprano, mezzo-soprano, baritone), double choir, and orchestra (with organ). "Miserere a 12" is scored for vocal quartet, double choir, and continuo (organ, cello, double-bass).
 
 

Tracklist:

  Miserere a8 For Soli, Double Choir And Orchestra  
1 Miserere 2:52
2 Amplius Lava Me 2:09
3 Tibi Soli Peccavi 2:19
4 Ecce Enim Veritatem 2:15
5 Auditui Meo 3:23
6 Cor Mundum Crea 1:50
7 Redde Mihi Laetitiam 2:08
8 Libera Me 2:41
9 Quoniam, Si Voluisses 1:45
10 Benigne Fac 1:58
11 Tunc Impotent 1:22
 

 

Miserere a12 For Vocal Quartet, Double Choir And Organ Continuo       

 
12 Miserere 2:15
13 Amplius Lava Me 1:40
14 Tibi Soli Peccavi 2:26
15 Ecce Enim Veritatem 2:20
16    
Auditui Meo 1:43
17 Cor Mundum Crea 1:38
18 Redde Mihi Laetitiam 1:48
19 Libera Me 1:49
20 Quoniam, Si Voluisses 1:51
21 Benigne Fac 2:13
22 Tunc Impotent 0:59

 

 

About the Composer:

Antonio Francisco Javier José Soler Ramos, usually known as Padre ('Father', in the religious sense) Antonio Soler, known in Catalan as Antoni Soler i Ramos (baptized 3 December 1729 – died 20 December 1783) was a Spanish composer whose works span the late Baroque and early Classical music eras. He is best known for his many mostly one-movement keyboard sonatas strongly influenced by Domenico Scarlatti, which constitute a very important, quite underrated, contribution to the harpsichord, fortepiano and organ repertoire.

 

More Details: 

  • Choir – Budapest Madrigal Choir
  • Composed By – Antonio Soler
  • Conductor – Ferenc Szekeres
  • Engineer [Balance] – Endre Radányi
  • Orchestra – Hungarian State Orchestra
  • Organ – Gábor Lehotka
  • Producer – Jenő Simon

 

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