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|1. I. Selig Sind, Die Da Leid Tragen|
|2. II. Denn Alles Fleisch, Es Ist Wie Gras|
|3. III. Herr, Lehre Doch Mich|
|4. IV. Wie Lieblich Sind SDeine Wohnungen|
|5. V. Ihr Habt Nun Traurigkeit|
|6. VI. Denn Wir Haben Hier Keine Bleibende Stadt|
|7. VII. Selig Sind Die Toten|
This was truly a rare moment in music.
I have studied and sung the Brahms Requiem for the past 50 years and this is by far the BEST performance and recording of this beautiful piece that I have ever heard.
The choral sound is pure and unstrained and the mighty Berlin Philharmonic is sensitive to Rattle's every nuance.
Unless you live in the Age of Pericles, Zeitgeist sucks. What does it mean in our current age? Don't exclude anyone - not even Joe Dirt. Keep everything visible and within reach. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bernard Michael O'Hanlon
09-11-2014 back in December of 1999, I was invited to give a music seminar to the Catholic Church parish we belonged to in Northern California, in a rural retreat center setting,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by TONY L. ENGLETON C.N.M.T.
I have studied and sung the Brahms Requiem for the past 50 years and this is by far the BEST performance and recording of this beautiful piece that I have ever heard. Read morePublished 15 months ago by coral diane taylor
I listened to the whole of this in an afternoon, while I was doing other things. Well, what can I say, it is sheer bliss to listen to! Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. S. C.
I was singing in a choir that was performing the Requiem so I bought this on our choir director's recommendation. Read morePublished 20 months ago by David Spierman
This was the first time Ive heard the Brahms on its entirety and it was wonderful! The dynamic contrasts and phrasing were masterful. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Roger
Individual singers were wonderful. Timing and dynamics were interesting although not always to my taste. Read morePublished on October 19, 2012 by Euridice
Sir Simon Rattle is a conductor who obviously holds love for the music of Brahms. With his set of the Brahms symphonies, he proved that he understands the inner world of Brahms in... Read morePublished on May 3, 2011 by Andrew R. Barnard
Brahms: A German Requiem is a recording under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle who leads the Berliner Philharmoniker on this emi classics release from 2007. Read morePublished on January 24, 2011 by Bjorn Viberg