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This recording is a rare opportunity to hear this neglected choral masterpiece by the younger brother of the great Franz Josef Haydn.
This recording is a partial reconstruction of a Mass and Vespers for Holy Innocents Day as may have been sung in Salzburg during the early nineteenth century. It features instrumental interludes by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, performed by the members of the New York Collegium, some of America's best-known baroque specialists.
The American Boychoir is North America's oldest and foremost choir of its kind, and rivals the legendary Vienna Boys' Choir.