Orchestre Philharmonique De Strasbourg - Janacek: Glagolitic Mass, Sinfonietta | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Glagolitic Mass: I. Intrada 1
2. Glagolitic Mass: II. Introduction (Uvod)
3. Glagolitic Mass: III. Kyrie (Gospodi Pomiluy)
4. Glagolitic Mass: IV. Gloria (Slava)
5. Glagolitic Mass: V. Credo (Veruju)
6. Glagolitic Mass: VI. Sanctus (Svet)
7. Glagolitic Mass: VII. Agnus Dei (Agnece Bozij)
8. Glagolitic Mass: VIII. Organ Solo
9. Glagolitic Mass: IX. Intrada 2
10. Sinfonietta: I. Allegretto - Allegro Maestoso. Fanfare
11. Sinfonietta: II. Andante. the Castle, Brno
12. Sinfonietta: III. Moderato. the Queen's Monastery, Brno
13. Sinfonietta: IV. Allegretto. the Street Leading to the Castle
14. Sinfonietta: V. Allegro. the Town Hall, Brno

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Two life-affirming works from Leos Janácek's prodigious final years are performed by the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg under Marko Letonja, it's Music Director from 2012 to 2021: the Glagolitic Mass, both monumental and exuberant, and the colourful, multi-faceted Sinfonietta. The vocal soloists are Malin Byström, Jennifer Johnston, Ladislav Elgr, and Adam Plachetka, who are joined by organist Johann Vexo and the Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno - the city where Janácek made his home and which he evokes in the Sinfonietta. This recording uses a 2011 critical edition of the Glagolitic Mass which captures the true adventure and passion of Janácek's score.