W.a.mozart Mass in C

W.A. Mozart - Mass in C minor, K. 427, "Great" (Robert Levin edition) (2007)

W.A. Mozart - Mass in C minor, K. 427, "Great" (Robert Levin edition) (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Complete Scans | 333 MB
Classical/Sacred | Label: hänssler CLASSIC \ Cat.: 98227 | RS/MU

This is the world premiere recording of Robert D. Levin's critically acclaimed completion of Mozart's "Great" Mass in C minor. Joining in the festivities are the stellar soloists Juliane Banse, Diana Damrau, Lothar Odinius, and Markus Marquardt together with the Stuttgart Bach Collegium, and Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart under the direction of Helmuth Rilling.
Le Concert d'Astree, Louis Langree - Mozart: Mass In C Minor (2006)

Le Concert d'Astree, Louis Langree - Mozart: Mass In C Minor (2006)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 54:01 | 278 MB
Genre: Classical, Sacred | Label: Virgin Classics | Catalog: 0946359309

First things first: if you're seeing a picture of this disc on the site of an online retailer, be aware that it contains the Mass in C minor, K. 427, not the "Mass in C," promised by the cover, which would more likely be the "Coronation" Mass in C major, K. 337. It is always a shame when designers are given power of diktat over content editors. The so-called "Great" Mass in C minor is one of Mozart's most ambitious and most problematical works. There was no known immediate stimulus for its composition. Did Mozart begin writing it out of one of his rare religious impulses, on the occasion of his marriage to his bride Constanze? Out of his growing devotion to Freemasonry? Was it his first major exercise in applying the lessons in Bach-style counterpoint he had been receiving at the intellectual salons of the Baron van Swieten in Vienna? Or was it meant as a showpiece for singer Constanze with its killer soprano arias? It was all of these things and none of them, for Mozart never finished the mass.
Mozart - Mass in C minor; Schubert - Mass in E flat major (Claudio Abbado) (2012)

Mozart - Mass in C minor; Schubert - Mass in E flat major (Claudio Abbado) (2012) [BluRay-rip]
BluRay-rip | AVC | MKV 1920x1080 (16:9) / 6215 kbps / 29,97 fps | 104 min | 5,64Gb
Audio: Latin / DTS / 6ch / 48.0 KHz / 24 bits
Classical | Accentus Music | Sub: Latin, English, German, French, Korean

A “touching and magnificent reunion” (Der Standard). The public and press enthusiastically celebrated the long-awaited return of Claudio Abbado to the Salzburg Festival in 2012. The conductor brought with him Mozart’s youthful Mass K. 139, the so-called Waisenhausmesse, and Schubert’s late Mass in E flat major. In a fascinating way, Abbado succeeded in merging the singers and instrumentalists into a total collaborative effort: “Seldom has one heard such a perfect balance between choir, orchestra, and vocal soloists; one has also seldom heard such a beautifully coordinated and perfectly balanced vocal ensemble” (Salzburger Nachrichten).
W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Herbert Von Karajan 1975) [2002] (PS3 SACD rip)

W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Herbert Von Karajan 1975) [2002] (PS3 SACD rip)
SACD ISO Image = 3.86 GB | 5% Recovery | Scans PDF (800 dpi): 11.35 MB
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Catalog Number: 471 639-2 | DST 1bit-2822,4kHz 2.0, 5.1

Between 1961 and 1986, Herbert von Karajan made three recordings of the Mozart Requiem for Deutsche Grammophon, with little change in his conception of the piece over the years. This recording, from 1975, is, on balance, the best of them. The approach is Romantic, broad, and sustained, marked by a thoroughly homogenized blend of chorus and orchestra, a remarkable richness of tone, striking power, and an almost marmoreal polish. Karajan viewed the Requiem as idealized church music rather than a confessional statement awash in operatic expressiveness.
W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Nikolaus Harnoncourt) [2004] (PS3 SACD rip)

W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Nikolaus Harnoncourt) [2004] (PS3 SACD rip)
SACD ISO Image = 2.81 GB | Scans PDF (800 dpi): 58.1 MB | 5% Recovery
Classical | Label: BMG | Catalog Number: 82876 58705 2RE1 | DST 1bit-2822,4kHz 2.0, 5.0

Beethoven called Mozart's Requiem "wild and terrible," and that's what we get in Harnoncourt's new recording. Ominous dread hangs from every note of the dark opening measures, the Rex tremendae and Confutatis are driven with terrifying strength, and the supplications of the Lacrimosa, with their weeping stabbings of the orchestra, are freighted with emotional power. The Tuba mirum duet of bass soloist and trombone has a beauty almost never achieved in other readings. Nor does Harnoncourt overstep the stylistic boundaries of this classical-era work; rather, the intensity is heightened for being in the idiom of its time. Call it a Romantic reading of a Classical piece that looks forward to a more unbuttoned era.
W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Herbert Von Karajan 1975) [2002] (Redbook Layer Hybrid SACD rip)

W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Herbert Von Karajan 1975) [2002] (Redbook Layer Hybrid SACD rip)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 241 MB | Scans PDF (800 dpi): 11.35 MB
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Catalog Number: 471 639-2

Between 1961 and 1986, Herbert von Karajan made three recordings of the Mozart Requiem for Deutsche Grammophon, with little change in his conception of the piece over the years. This recording, from 1975, is, on balance, the best of them. The approach is Romantic, broad, and sustained, marked by a thoroughly homogenized blend of chorus and orchestra, a remarkable richness of tone, striking power, and an almost marmoreal polish. Karajan viewed the Requiem as idealized church music rather than a confessional statement awash in operatic expressiveness…
Ted Libbey
W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Nikolaus Harnoncourt) [2004] (Redbook Layer Hybrid SACD rip)

W.A. Mozart - Requiem in D minor K.626 (Nikolaus Harnoncourt) [2004] (Redbook Layer Hybrid SACD rip)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 244 MB | Scans PDF (800 dpi): 22.6 MB
Classical | Label: BMG | Catalog Number: 82876 58705 2RE1

Beethoven called Mozart's Requiem "wild and terrible," and that's what we get in Harnoncourt's new recording. Ominous dread hangs from every note of the dark opening measures, the Rex tremendae and Confutatis are driven with terrifying strength, and the supplications of the Lacrimosa, with their weeping stabbings of the orchestra, are freighted with emotional power.
–Dan Davis

Mozart - Mass in C minor, K.427 (Raymond Leppard)  

Posted by ArlegZ at Jan. 28, 2011
Mozart - Mass in C minor, K.427 (Raymond Leppard)

Mozart - Mass in C minor, K.427 (R.Leppard)
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG | SCANS | 1CD | 276.47 MB
Classical | Released: 2006 | Label: EMI Classics

This interpretation is in my view the really best, the orchestra and choir are together delicate and powerful. Kanawa sings the 2d soprano and she is at the best of her voice. (she will sing the first soprano years later, and their is no comparaison).Cotrubas is just perfect, and the two voices are wonderful together. The tenor and the bass are great, the ensemble is simply a dream!

Mozart - Mass in C minor K.427 (Abbado) (1991)  

Posted by ArlegZ at Sept. 15, 2010
Mozart - Mass in C minor K.427 (Abbado) (1991)

Mozart - Mass in C minor K.427 (Abbado) (1991)
FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG, Scans (jpg) => 225 MB | 52’42
EAC Rip | Classical/Sacred/Vocal | Label: Sony Classical | FSonic/FServe

Known for having elevated the symphony and the opera to popular levels in his lamentably short life, Mozart was also substantially involved in sacred music. Among many smaller works for solo chorus and for combined choral/orchestral forces, he composed an enormous seventeen settings of the Latin Mass, of which this is his last. But this C Minor mass, which is said he composed in 1782 and 1783, was never really completed in a way Mozart found satisfactory, and thus it has been up to others to put this work into coherent form. The recording here is based on the reconstruction done by Salzburg composer and musicologist Helmut Eder; he worked on the "Et Incanatus Est" section of the Credo, as well as the concluding Sanctus and Benedictus sections. The work is still Mozart's, and is scored for a fairly substantial orchestra: one flute; pairs of oboes, bassoons, horns, and trumpets; three trombones; timpani; organ; and the full string compliment, plus four soloists and chorus.
W. A. Mozart - Serenade in D K185 & March K189 - J. Schröder, C. Hogwood, AAM

W. A. Mozart - Serenade in D K185 & March K189
Classical | APE + Cue | 1 CD, covers, booklet | 242 MB RS
L'Oiseau-Lyre 1985