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Vesperae solennes de Confessore, K339

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To balance Haydn’s Benedictus, Mozart’s Laudate Dominum, a sweetly beautiful Rococo confection, with words from the diminutive Psalm 117. This forms part of the Solemn Vespers of 1780, one of the last pieces he wrote while employed by the Archbishop of Salzburg. Einstein describes it in his Mozart as ‘a piece completely unconcerned with anything churchly, and so enchanting and poetic in its expression that it is difficult to find its counterpart.’

from notes by David Goode © 2007


Hear my words
SIGCD115Download only
Mozart: Exsultate jubilate! & other works
CDA30012Hyperion 30th Anniversary series
This is the day
COLCD136Download only


Movement 5: Laudate Dominum
Track 5 on CDA30012 [4'21] Hyperion 30th Anniversary series
Track 2 on COLCD136 [4'00] Download only
Track 8 on SIGCD115 [4'02] Download only

Track-specific metadata for CDA30012 track 5

Laudate Dominum
Recording date
31 October 2005
Recording venue
Cadogan Hall, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Ben Turner
Recording engineer
Jonathan Stokes & Neil Hutchinson
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