Notes & Reviews:
Soon after Cherubinis death it became clear to his contemporaries that he had been a composer who had proceeded from Glucks reform opera but had expanded on it in matters of melody, harmony, counterpoint, and instrumentation. Strict truth, seductive charm, a sing-able melody and lyric drama are all elements reflected in Cherubini's D minor mass.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Bavaria Musikstudios München (03/17/1992-03/21/1992).
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Works DetailsCherubini, Luigi : Requiem no 2, for male chorus & orchestra in D minor
- Performers: Wolf Friedrich (Bass); Rodrigo Orrego (Tenor); Monika Wiebe (Soprano)
- Conductor: Hans Zobeley
- Ensemble: Munich Symphony Orchestra
- Notes: Bavaria Musikstudios München (03/17/1992-03/21/1992)
- Running Time: 12 min. 38 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Choral
- Written: 1836