What You'll Get
Vocal soloists and a chorale add extra power to this National Philharmonic performance of liturgical works by Haydn and Durufle at Strathmore. Coming off his masterwork, The Creation, Haydn penned the Lord Nelson Mass in 1798 during the difficult Napoleonic war period, in which the French dictator's forces threatened to take over the composer's beloved Austria. Originally titled Missa in Angustiis (Mass for Troubled Times), it was renamed when the British Battle of the Nile hero Lord Nelson came to hear it performed in person. Soprano Danielle Talamantes, mezzo-soprano Magdalena Wor, tenor Robert Baker and baritone Kevin Dias lend their acclaimed voices to this stirring piece, as well as to the Gregorian chants featured in Maurice Durufle's Requiem.
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