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Mozart: Requiem in D Minor, K. 626

Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus, Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra, Volker Hartung

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Requiem in D Minor, K. 626  
1.1
I. Introit. Requiem aeternam
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Radostina Nikolaeva; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
4:48
1.2
II. Kyrie eleison
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
2:23
1.3
IIIa. Sequence. Dies irae
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
1:44
1.4
IIIb. Sequence. Tuba mirum
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Radostina Nikolaeva; Rossitsa Pavlova-Indzheva; Nicolay Motsov; Angel Hristov; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
3:09
1.5
IIIc. Sequence. Rex tremendae majestatis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
2:14
1.6
IIId. Sequence. Recordare, Jesu pie
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Radostina Nikolaeva; Rossitsa Pavlova-Indzheva; Nicolay Motsov; Angel Hristov; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
5:26
1.7
IIIe. Sequence. Confutatis maledictis
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
2:35
1.8
IIIf. Sequence. Lacrimosa dies illa
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
2:52
1.9
IVa. Offertory. Domine Jesu Christe
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Radostina Nikolaeva; Rossitsa Pavlova-Indzheva; Nicolay Motsov; Angel Hristov; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
3:36
1.10
IVb. Offertory. Hostias et preces
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
4:05
1.11
V. Sanctus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
1:35
1.12
VI. Benedictus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Radostina Nikolaeva; Rossitsa Pavlova-Indzheva; Nicolay Motsov; Angel Hristov; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
5:00
1.13
VII. Agnus Dei
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
3:31
1.14
VIII. Communion. Lux aeterna
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Radostina Nikolaeva; Cologne New Philharmonic Chorus; Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra; Volker Hartung
5:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    48:07
Mozart was probably the only composer in music history who created masterpieces in all genres of composition of his time, which he was proud of. He created in his music a unique combination of the seemingly easy, catchy, with the musically difficult and demanding. Mozart loved singing, the human voice, he used it as an instrument of musical expression, and she dominated his compositional work from beginning to end. Vocal works occupy a central place in his overall oeuvre, and this is certainly not due solely to the outward circumstance that the most direct and “easiest" way to fame was for a composer in Mozart's time to write operas. His outstanding quality of expressing the finest emotions in a generally understandable manner through his unique musical language make him the most popular composer of all time. In his last work, the unfinished Requiem, he created a final, overwhelmingly beautiful masterpiece - his own funeral mass, the composition during which he died in December 1791. “The most important aspect of his music is not in the notes”, wrote Gustav Mahler. Volker Hartung and his musicians are presenting a masterful and highly dramatic presentation of the work.
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