Notes & Reviews:
On their third recording for Gramola, Johannes Hiemetsberger and his Chorus sine nomine devote themselves to the German Requiem op. 45 by Johannes Brahms. Nevertheless, both the work itself Mr. Hiemetsberger's decision to record the composer's own version for piano four-hands, which places greater emphasis on the choir, must be termed unconventional. Founded by Johannes Hiemetsberger in 1991, the Chorus sine nomine ranks among Austria's leading vocal enembles.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Franz Liszt Konzertsaal, Raiding, Burgenland (10/26/2013-10/27/2013).
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Works DetailsBrahms, Johannes : German Requiem, Op. 45
- Performers: Johanna Grobner (Piano); Veronika Trisko (Piano); Elena Copons; Adrian Erod (Voice)
- Conductor: Johannes Himetsberger
- Ensemble: Grobner-Trisko Piano Duo
- Notes: Franz Liszt Konzertsaal, Raiding, Burgenland (10/26/2013-10/27/2013)
- Running Time: 64 min. 25 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Choral
- Written: 1857-1868