Sunday, November 26, 2006

Palestrina's Missa Papae Marcelli from a Choir in South Korea

I just got to know about a site in Seoul, South Korea who are hosting "Palestrina's Famous Mass" known in English as "The Pope Marcellus Mass".

Here it is if you want to check it out. I believe that they sing the entire Mass in Latin.

Beethoven's Missa Solemnis

I have discovered an awesome link to "Beethoven's Missa Solemnis" performed by a German Choir in Germany.

Here it is.

"The Choir of the Witten/Herdecke University performs Beethoven’s Missa solemnis, a piece that stands with Bach’s Mass in B Minor as the most significant mass setting in classical music. Beethoven himself called it his greatest achievement.

It was Beethoven's Finest Achievement in 1923 when he was done with it and at that time, there was nothing like it".

For all those who would like to know more about Beethoven's Missa Solemnis -- here is an interesting link.

Awesome Podcasts on Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, and Haydn from Swedish Public Radio and Danish Public Radio

Classical Music Enthusiasts !

"Read this Carefully and Read it soon".

Swedish Public Radio and Danish Public Radio have some wonderful PodCasts and MP3's on their respective sites on some of the Symphonies of Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, and Haydn to mention a few.

I really do not know how long these MP3'S are going to remain at these sites.

Check them out at these links as soon as possible.

"8 Concerts of Mozart"


"Beethoven, Schumann, and Haydn at this Link below".


I really do not know why is it that I have missed out this year on some of the best and awesome PodCasts from "Danish Radio and Swedish Radio" on the occassion of Mozart's 250th Birthday.

If there is anyone out there, who has downloaded the first 17 hours, I would be most grateful if you could get back to me or send me those awesome mp3's.

Lastly, if there is anyone who has downloaded those awesome Symphonies of Mozart which were made available by "Danish Public Radio" from January - March 2006-- Please get back to me.

Meanwhile, enjoy before it is too late.

P.S.- Many Thanks to Blogger from "The Overgrown Path" for this information as regards "Swedish Public Radio".

Mass of Christ the King Chanted by Benedictine Monks from Brazil

Today, We Celebrate the Awesome Solemnity and Feast of Christ, The King.

Today, is also the Last Sunday of the Liturgical Year.

This is a Mass Chanted by some Benedictine Monks in Brazil.

Check it out.