Notes & Reviews:
During his last years in Vienna, Mozart composed three liturgical works: the Ave Verum Corpus, the Mass in c and the Requiem in d. Most of his sacred oeuvre was written at an early age in Salzburg. The Requiem is stylistically far removed from that early church music and suits the concert hall better than the church. Chief conductor Mariss Jansons leads the RCO, the Dutch Radio Choir and a stellar vocal quartet. "... a first rate regale ... magnificently played and sung" - Erik Voermans, Het ParoolNotes & Reviews:
Recording information: Concertgebouw Amsterdam (09/14/2011-09/16/2011).
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Works DetailsMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus : Requiem in D minor, K 626
- Performers: Genia Kühmeier (Soprano); Gerald Finley; Mark Padmore
- Conductor: Mariss Jansons
- Ensemble: Netherlands Radio Choir
- Notes: Concertgebouw Amsterdam (09/14/2011-09/16/2011)
- Running Time: 44 min. 7 sec.
- Period Time: Classical
- Form: Choral
- Written: 1791