Mass in F Minor: Sanctus
Mass in F minor, Op.159 (Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel)
Bruckner had long suffered from extended bouts of depression, combined with an almost pathological self-doubt and an irresistible impulse to accumulate strings of unnecessary qualifications. He developed the clinical condition of numeromania, a compulsive urge to count objects of all descriptions for no apparent reason. He was admitted to a sanatorium at Bad Kreuzen where he underwent a course of treatment lasting several months.
It was in thanksgiving for his restoration of health that he set to work on the Mass No 3 in F minor which occupied him for exactly a year from September Like the Mass in D minor of four years earlier, it calls for soprano, contralto, tenor and bass soloists, mixed chorus, organ and a large orchestra, and it caused horror among the Cecilians for whom he had written his second Mass, that in E minor.
But the F minor is his biggest and greatest Mass, classical in form but injected with a new vitality and a profound religious mysticism, setting the familiar text with total commitment.
The Mass begins quietly with a descending four-note figure which dominates the Kyrie and reappears as a unifying motif in other parts of the work; the reticence of this humble plea for divine mercy does not, however, preclude climactic points and moments of fervour. The Gloria and Credo form the central core of the Mass.
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Close in spirit to the Te Deum and Psalm , they proclaim a triumphant C major, though not, of course, without modulatory excursions to other keys and transient changes of mood dictated by the text. Both were conceived in the general terms of sonata form, with contrasting material, development and reprise; and both finish with massive fugues.
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Christmas Oratorio - Herr, dein Mitleid, dein Erbarmen. Listeners Also Played See All. Barber's Adagio and other Romantic Favorites for Strings. Although Lowe, Tulin the only band member who could read music and Weakley appeared on all the tracks, and Williams and Gannon also appeared on the first three tracks "Kyrie Eleison", "Gloria" and "Credo" , the album was finished by studio musicians working with engineer Richie Podolor on guitar, and a Canadian group, the Collectors.
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Mass in F Minor was released in January and reached number on the Billboard From the outset the performance was a disaster. We missed the intro on the first song and it never got any better. Amp speakers blew, charts fell off music stands and everyone was, in general, in a complete state of confusion. Ended up each song turned into one long jam. I think we were, at times, all in the same key.
I made my way over to the four celli and four French horns and told them to 'jam in E. Mercifully, this all ended and as we were leaving a few 'fans' said, 'We didn't know you guys were into avant-garde jazz. An eerie version of the opening track, "Kyrie Eleison", became somewhat of an underground favorite when it appeared in the soundtrack for the counterculture film, Easy Rider.
Some later reissues of Mass in F Minor incorrectly credited a later incarnation of the band with recording the album.
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