1 CD / Profil Edition Gunter Hanssler / 2011-11-15Works: Luigi Cherubini: Requiem no 2, for male chorus & orchestra in D minor
Performers: Friedrich, Wolf Matthias; Orrego, Rodrigo; Wiebe, Monika
Conductors: Zobeley, Hans Rudolf
Ensemble: Munich Symphony Orchestra
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...continue...
Recording information: Bavaria Musikstudios München (03/17/1992-03/21/1992)....continue...
7 CD / Warner Classics / 2010-09-14Works: Luigi Cherubini: Mass no 4, for chorus & orchestra in F major ("di Chimay"); Mass no 5, for chorus & orchestra in D minor; Mass no 8 for chorus & orchestra in E major ("Missa Solemnis"); Antiphons (9...
Performers: Abdrazakov, Ildar; Feller, Harald; Fleckenstein, Barbara; Hanft, Max; Hartkopf, Christof; Lippert, Herbert [Tenor Vocals]; Meyer, Andrew; Pizzolato, Marianna; Schneider, Bernard; Streit, Kurt; T&oacu...
Conductors: Muti, Riccardo; Marriner, Sir Neville
Luigi Cherubini was born in Florence, Italy, in September, 1760. He received his first musical instruction at the age of six from his father, Bartolomeo,...continue...
1 CD / Decca Import / 1999-03-01Works: Luigi Cherubini: Requiem no 2, for male chorus & orchestra in D minor; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Mass no 15 for vocal soloists, chorus & orchestra in C major ("Coronation"), K. 317
Performers: Roux, Michel [Bass-Baritone Vocal]; Stader, Maria; Vocals], Ernst Haefliger [Tenor
Conductors: Markevitch, Igor;
Ensemble: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux
"Markevitch's performance is incisively brilliant, and its sheer vigour is irresistible...He has a splendid team of soloists, and they are well matched in ensemble as...continue...
1 CD / Hanssler Classic / 1999-01-18Works: Luigi Cherubini: Requiem no 2, for male chorus & orchestra in D minor
Performers: Burandt, Gisela; Coburn, Pamela; Thompson, Martin; Wanner, Martin; Will, Jacob
Conductors: Rilling, Helmuth
Ensemble: Stuttgart Bach Collegium
"Cherubini deserves more attention. If his music was admired by composers like Beethoven, Weber, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms, and Wagner, should we not give it an...continue...