Description: Rome, St. Peter in VaticanHerbert von Karajan conducts The Vienna Philarmonic and The Vienna SingvereinSoprano: Kathleen BattleAltus: Trudeliese SchmidtTenor: Gösta WinberghBass: Ferruccio Furlanetto
W.A. Mozart: Agnus Dei (Coronation Mass in C-major K317) - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
WAMozart: Coronation mass KW 317- Agnus Dei, Emma Kirby - soprano
Agnus Dei from Mozart's Requiem with Latin lyrics, English translation and my drawings. Rundfunkchor Leipzig Gert Frischmuth chorus master Staatskapelle Dresden PETER SCHREIER The translations are not mine, they come from CD booklet + some translations found on the internet.
Bow Valley Chorus performing Agnus Dei from the Mozart Requiem. 2006
Orchestra and Choir of Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts Bratislava, Slovakia, 2004 Juraj Valčuha - conductor Lenka Brázdilíková - soprano Gabriela Hübnerová - alto Ondrej Šaling - tenor Peter Cigeľ - bas
Mozart (1756-1791) Requiem - Angus Dei (Live performance)
From Mozart's Missa Brevis in C Major more commonly known as the Coronation Mass, the Agnus Dei. Sung by the Vienna Boys Choir.
This movie is the extract from the concerts performed in the Stephansdom of Vienna on January 27, 2006 that is the birthday of the 250th year of Mozart.
Anke Hoffmann singt Agnus Dei aus der Krönungsmesse von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was composed in 1791. The requiem was Mozart's last composition, and is one of his most popular and most respected works. There has been a debate over how much of the music Mozart managed to complete before his death, and how much was later composed by Franz Xaver Süssmayr, or possibly others. The Choir of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields was formed in 1975, making its debut in October of that year. Laszlo Heltay was the chorus master from the beginning, until his conducting student Johan Duijck's recent appointment. It is regularly heard on European television singing UEFA Champions League Anthem.
Aus der Wiener Hofburgkapelle: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart MISSA SOLEMNIS C-moll (Waisenhaus Messe) Wienersängerknaben und Mitglieder des Herrenchores der Staatsoper Wien Solisten: Kurt Equiluz (Tenor) Ernst Jankowitsch (Baß) Orchester: Mitglieder des Orchesters der Staastoper Wien Orgel: Herbert Tachezi Dirigent: Uwe Christian Harrer
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Requiem Mass in D minor KV 626 (completed by Franz Xaver Süssmayer, revised edition by Franz Beyer) Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor) Concentus Musicus Wien (orchestra) Arnold Schönberg Chor (choir) Gerald Finley (bass) Kurt Streit (tenor) Bernarda Fink (alto) Christine Schäfer (soprano) I didn't like Harnoncourt's previous Requiems all that much, but this one is amazing: From the lush, full SACD sound of the (perfectly played) live recording to the stunning balance between the harsh, dramatic and the quiet, mourning parts. He's using the newest critical edition of the Süssmayer Requiem completion, which makes for a sleeker, cleaner and at times harsher orchestration, closer to that of the Introitus - but it leaves the Süssmayer parts intact otherwise, there is no Amen fugue after the Lacrimosa. But it's not just the revised score that makes this one stand out, the playing of the Concentus Musicus is precise when it needs to be, soften when the score calls for it - I've never heard trombones this piercing in the Dies Irae before, truly apocalyptic, the strings in the Confutatis and Rex Tremendae are crushing, raw - no trace of the saccharine, overly romanticized Requiems of the past (Karajan is spinning in his grave, goofy tracksuit and all), here all the mourning is laced with sheer terror. The Arnold Schönberg Choir is excellent as usual and the recording captures its color perfectly. As for the soloist, Gerald Finley and Christine Schäfer stand ...
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