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Excellent performance by Nota Bene of Rossini’s marvellous Petite Messe solennelle

By , 09/07/2016
Rossini’s end-of-life setting of the Mass has a somewhat special place in the repertoire – secular or sacred? serious or ironic? Thus, some more humourless music lovers have difficulty in enjoying it as some of the music is a bit unusual in tone, remote from the way a 'proper' sacred or liturgical work should be. I think it would be hard to perform it in a way that suggested any... read more

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