Hadyn's "Nelsonmesse"

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Hadyn's "Nelsonmesse"
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The Phoenix Symphony says
Tito Muñoz continues his creative leadership with this diverse program. Arguably Haydn’s greatest single composition, “Nelsonmesse,” or Missa in Agustiis, is one of six masses Haydn wrote late in his career. Transporting listeners from the greatest depths of despair to great joy, this choral masterpiece is not to be missed.

Featuring another young American composer, the program begins with Magiya by Sean Shepherd, “an exciting composer of the new American generation,” according to The New York Times. Magiya, or Magic, co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall and the BBC, is a complex fanfare full of urgency and drive. The program also includes the exciting Variaciones concertantes by Ginastera featuring multiple virtuosic solos.
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By: The Phoenix Symphony

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