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Stanford's Mass "Via Victrix" (1919)

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Cipriani Potter (1792-1871)

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« on: January 26, 2019, 09:50:54 pm »

Having now spent time with Stanford's late Mass Via Victrix (1919) it seems to me that it can take a very worthy place alongside his Mass in G (1892), Requiem (1897), Te Deum (1898) and Stabat mater (1907), a setting of the text conceived on a grand scale. His conservative style should not be mistaken for complacency, as within it's idiom there was still plenty of opportunity for heart-felt expression which Stanford taps into time and again...

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