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Michael Gielen - HAYDN, J.: Mass No. 11, "Nelsonmesse" / Symphony No. 103, "Drumroll" (Europa Chor Akademie, South West German Radio Symphony, Baden Baden, Gielen)

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HAYDN, J.: Mass No. 11, "Nelsonmesse" / Symphony No. 103, "Drumroll" (Europa Chor Akademie, South West German Radio Symphony, Baden Baden, Gielen)

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HAYDN, J.: Mass No. 11, "Nelsonmesse" / Symphony No. 103, "Drumroll" (Europa Chor Akademie, South West German Radio Symphony, Baden Baden, Gielen)

Michael Gielen

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Mass No. 11 in D minor, Hob.XXII:11, 'Nelsonmesse', 'Imperial Mass', 'Coronation Mass' (Mass Text)

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Kyrie 00:04:25

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

2
Gloria 00:03:31

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

3
Gloria: Qui 00:06:50

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

4
Credo 00:01:25

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

5
Credo: Et in 00:04:27

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

6
Credo: Et re 00:03:27

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

7
Sanctus 00:02:08

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

8
Benedictus 00:05:24

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

9
Agnus Dei 00:02:34

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

10
Agnus Dei: D 00:02:32

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Ingeborg Danz, alto - Reinhard Hagen, bass - Michael Gielen, Conductor - South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Baden-Baden, Orchestra - James Taylor, tenor - Europa Chor Akademie, Choir

Symphony No. 103 in E flat major, Hob.I:103, 'Drumroll' (Joseph Haydn)

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I. Adagio - Allegro con spirito 00:09:12

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Michael Gielen, Conductor

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II. Andante piu tosto allegretto 00:08:35

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Michael Gielen, Conductor

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III. Menuet - Trio 00:04:45

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Michael Gielen, Conductor

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IV. Finale: Allegro con spirito 00:05:46

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Michael Gielen, Conductor

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