Browse: Bruckner - Virga Jesse floruit
This page lists all recordings of Virga Jesse floruit by Anton Bruckner (1824-96).
Mark Templeton (trombone), Helen Vollam (trombone), Patrick Jackman (trombone), Alexander Mason (organ)
Tenebrae, Nigel Short
Nigel Short and Tenebrae have come up with a beautifully balanced and contrasted programme…The beauty of sound and dignified expression of intensity that Tenebrae create in the opening of the... — More…
Nicholas Wearne (organ)
Choir of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh & RSAMD Brass, Duncan Ferguson
This performance is just superb. It's the kind of disc you want to turn up to full volume and lose yourself in, whether you're of a religious bent or not. Through their crisp, measured phrases,... — More…
Polyphony with Britten Sinfonia, Stephen Layton
Of the 'chamber-like' versions of this Mass, Polyphony trumps all others for beauty of tone. At the end of the Agnus, where the sopranos don't have bulk, they gleam. In the Benedictus, too,... — More…
The Choir of Wellington Cathedral (chorus), Andrew Cantrill (director), James Taylor (organ), Alastair Carey (organ)
. . . near the top of the list of leading Anglican choirs. . . . This is a wonderful recording, and I cannot recommend it enough. It makes a very refreshing change from the familiar recording... — More…
John Harper (director), Rupert Gough (organ), Simon Turnill (baritone), Thomas Guthrie (tenor), Rupert Jennings (tenor), Kate Hamilton (vocals), Rachel Elliott (soprano), Boris Christoff (vocals), Martin Baker (organ), David Halls (organ), Tempe Nell (soprano), David Briggs (organ), Andrew Lumsden...
Helmut Böcker (bassoon), Wolfgang Stert (double bass), Fritz Neumeyer (cembalo), Fritz Wunderlich (tenor), Dietmar Keller (oboe), Hermann Prey (baritone), Hans Georg Renner (oboe d amore), Wolfgang Neininger (violin), Robert Bodenröder (clarinet), Arleen Auger (soprano), Rachel Harnisch (soprano),...