BBCCD572 Mass of St. Sylvester


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BBC records label code
BBC Artium label

Label
BBC Artium label


Release details

DetailValue
Catalogue numberBBCCD572
TitleMass of St. Sylvester
Artist(s)Various
Cover conditionNear mint
Record conditionNear mint
BBC records label codeB
Item deleted?Yes
Released1985
Distributed / printed byBBC Enterprises Ltd.
Country of originUK UK flag
Media typeREGL 572
Media genreMusic - Religious
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Run-off codes / Shop bar codesB-5894 / BBCCD 572 B
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Tracks

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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
A1Palestrina Missa Papae Marcelli50.54
Total length of media 50:54.

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This set of religious music are far more for the common people of Christianity. They are generally well sung and presented.
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The CD of this release is one complete track.

Arranged for double choir by Francesco Soriano in the context of the Pontifical High Mass of St. Sylvester as it might have been conducted in the Sistine Chapel, Rome, on Sunday, 31st December, 1613.
Plainchant from The Tridentine Rite.

Recorded in the Sistine Chapel, Rome by kind permission of the Director of the Vatican Museums.

Originally broadcast on 31st December 1984 as part of the Radio 3 series The Octave of the Nativity.


Starring


William Byrd Choir
Celebrant
Neil Lunt

Conducted by


Gavin Turner
Liturgical reconstruction
Jerome Roche
Record producer
Sylvia Carter
Sound
Geoffrey Tims
Philip Burwell
Record cover
Mario Moscardini
Editor
Nick Sandon

Produced by


Hugh Keyte
Clive Wearing
 

Other versions

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REGL 572Mass of St. Sylvester
 

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[albums]REGL 572Mass of St. Sylvester
[albums]REGL 572Mass of St. Sylvester

Further information

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