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Jakub Jan Ryba – Missae (1993)

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Missa in Nativitate Domino in Nocte - Missa pastoralis in C major 15:35
1. Kyrie 2:26
2. Gloria 2:32
3. Credo 2:17
4. Sanctus 1:01
5. Benedictus 3:28
6. Agnus Dei 3:30

Missa in E minor from the Tres Missae Serio Stylo 20:04
7. Kyrie 3:52
8. Gloria 2:04
9. Credo 4:25
10. Sanctus Benedictus 6:06
11. Agnus Dei 3:28

Missa in Dominica Infra Octavam Nativitatis Domini - Missa pastoralis in B flat major 20:47
12. Kyrie 2:32
13. Gloria 2:45
14. Credo 5:07
15. Sanctus 1:14
16. Benedictus 3:54
17. Agnus Dei 4:58

Andrea Dudasova -soprano
Daniela Strakova -soprano
Tatana Kopalova -contralto
Marta Benackova - contralto
Stefan Margita - tenor
Peter Mikulas - bass

Coro di Praga
The New Czech Chamber Orchestra
Jiri Belohlavek - conductor


Jakub Simon Jan Ryba ranks among the most original, most educated and compositionally, most prolific Czech schoolteacher-choirmasters active in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Why indeed, according to his own diary, by the year 1798, he had written an incredible number of 1,391 compositions. While the majority of them were in classical, none-too-innovative style, in a number of them - including most particularly his sacred output - he did offer evident proof of his undeniable talent, a gift which he managed in several works to elevate to genuine compositional mastery. Of his extensive legacy, which includes a posthumously published theoretical work entitled Primary and General Groundwork for all Art of Music (wherein he laid foundations for the Czech musical terminology), one should not fail to mention his dozens of songs, arias, various types of compositions for different combinations, and the aforementioned extensive body of church music. There, an important place is occupied by numerous masses, though lamentably enough, none of them, except for the famous Czech Christmas Mass and the Czech Midnight Mass, have so far been published. ---arkivmusic.com

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