Bought in October 2016.
First listen: 8-12-2016.
CD 3 from 7.
Recording dates: Between 1982-2010.
Venues and engineers: Not named.
Running time: 67:54.
Classical relevance: Nice Christmas music.
Composers on this disc:
Johann Herman Schein, Heinrich Schütz, Nicolaus Bruhns.
Works performed by:
Chœur de Chambre de Namur.
La Fenice, Jean Tubéry.
The music will bring you in a Christmas mood, no doubt about that. Fine and competent performances and sound. Some impressive soloistic contributions. I loved Nicolaus Brühns "Nun komt der Heiden Heiland" a composition for Organ, and performed by Bernard Foccroulle. Superb.
Thursday, December 8, 2016
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