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Charles Ives: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 4 / Hymns
By Sony Classical
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mpn: 1692681, ean: 0074644493924,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
Ives's First Symphony is an attractive, conservative piece with a gorgeous slow movement based on a hymn tune and a finale that sounds strangely like early Bruckner. The Fourth, on the other hand, is arguably his masterpiece, and one of the most radical compositions in the history of music. Scored for a huge orchestra with three solo pianos, chorus, offstage and onstage instruments, and ''everything but the kitchen sink'' percussion, it requires at least two conductors to keep it all coordinated

Hildegard of Bingen: Voice of the Blood
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mpn: 781019612, ean: 0054727734625,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
No Description AvailableNo Track Information AvailableMedia Type: CDArtist: HILDEGARD OF BINGENTitle: VOICE OF THE BLOODStreet Release Date: 12/05/1995Shrink-wrapped.

Sing, Choirs of Angels
By Sony Classical
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ean: 0074646066027,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 52 reviews
1. Come, Let Us Sing Together 0:27 2. Hail, Queen Of Heaven 1:22 3. O Joyous One 3:23 4. Sonata From Christmas Cantata 5:58 5. Silent Night 1:17 6. Glory To God In The Highest 2:53 7. O Christmas Night, More Beautiful Than Any Day 4:46 8. Silent Night 1:07 9. Praise The Virgin Mother Of Christ 1:27 10. Behold, Mary 1:53 11. Come, Ye Shepherds 3:14 12. Silent Night 1:13 13. Hail, Holy Queen 2:11 14. Queen Of Heaven 3:21 15. Hail, Mary 1:57 16. Mary Walked Through A Forest 2:01 17.

The St. Olaf Choir: Great Hymns of Faith
By St. Olaf Records
SKU: #a0006592
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sku: a0006592, mpn: na, ean: 0610295229422,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 52 reviews
A collection of the World's best loved hymns. The St. Olaf recording Great Hymns of Faith has been the choir's best selling release. Dr. Anton Armstrong is the Harry and Thora Tosdal Professor of Music and conductor of the St. Olaf Choir. The interests of Dr. Armstrong, who succeeded Kenneth Jennings in 1990, lie in the tradition of Western European choral music, 20th century compositions and folk music arrangements from the U.S. and the wider global community. Armstrong grew up on Long Island,

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
By EMI Classics
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ean: 0724357369329,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews
This disc could be more succinctly titled Christmas for Anglophiles. Few sounds are more British than the boy soprano-dominated Choir of King's College in Cambridge. And the group is heard--in some sections recorded live--in an actual Christmastide service amid the generous reverberation of a cathedral acoustic with little more than a tasteful though austere organ accompaniment. The repertoire isn't just conservative, traditional hymns and carols. One is harmonized by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and

1000: A Mass for the End of Time
By Harmonia Mundi Fr.
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ean: 0093046722425,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
Remember all of the year-2000 nervousness in the latter part of 1999? That was nothing. As the year 1000 approached, people all over the Christian world were convinced that the Apocalypse--as depicted in the biblical Book of Revelation--and the end of the world were at hand. In one of the more interesting musical program ideas to be inspired by the turn of the calendrical odometer, Anonymous 4 revisits the original ''millennium madness'' with a disc of chant from around the year 1000--specifical

The Carol Album: Seven Centuries of Christmas Music
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ean: 0077774980920,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
Most people think of Christmas carols as originating from ancient--or at least olden-times, and indeed, many of the most enduring ones have survived for many centuries. Andrew Parrott and his Taverner Consort take us back seven centuries, in fact, and thoughtfully mix the old tunes (''Swete was the song,'' ''This endere nyghth,'' ''Nova! nova!'') with more recent tunes. Parrott's musicians offer interesting takes on such familiar carols as ''Silent Night'' and ''God rest ye merry, gentlemen.'' '

Abbado Mahler
By Deutsche Grammophon
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mpn: 028947932048, ean: 0028947932048,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
Claudio Abbado (1933 2014) fell under the spell of Mahler s music during his years as a student in Vienna. His first memories of Mahler, conducted by Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos and Leonard Bernstein, left a deep impression: Their interpretations were great; each of them had such a strong personality. In 1963, Abbado travelled to New York as winner of the Mitropoulos Conducting Competition to work as Bernstein s assistant at the New York Philharmonic. In 2010 he recalled a Mahler rehearsal

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