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Mozart - Requiem / Augér · Watkinson · Jerusalem · Nimsgern · Bach-Collegium Stuttgart · Rilling

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart , Helmuth Rilling , Arleen Auger , Siegmund Nimsgern , Bach-Collegium Stuttgart , Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart , Carolyn Watkinson , Siegfried Jerusalem Audio CD
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  • Performer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Helmuth Rilling, Arleen Auger, Siegmund Nimsgern, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, et al.
  • Audio CD (January 1, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia Records/Sony
  • ASIN: B0000026HG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #283,320 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Requiem: I. Introitus - Requiem
2. Requiem: II. Kyrie
3. III Sequenz: No. 1 Dies Irae
4. III Sequenz: No. 2 Tuba Mirum
5. III Sequenz: III. Sequenz - No.3 Rex Tremendae
6. III Sequenz: III. Sequenz - No.4 Recordare
7. III Sequenz: III. Sequenz - No. 5 Confutatis
8. III Sequenz: III. Sequenz - No. 6 Lacrimosa
9. IV Offertorium: No. 1 Domine
10. IV Offertorium: No. 2 Jesu Hostias
11. V Sanctus
12. VI Benedictus
13. VII Agnus Dei
14. VIII Communio - Lux Aeterna

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5.0 out of 5 stars World class performance from the bargain bin! July 4, 2007
Check out the prices on used copies available through Amazon Marketplace, then -- for less than the cost of a cup of gourmet coffee -- buy a copy and enjoy the bargain of a lifetime. Rilling is a legendary choral conductor, the soloists are stellar, and the sound is superb. This is a very powerful performance. You can't lose.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Mozart masterpiece from a Master Interpreter July 25, 2014
07-25-2014 This recording of the Mozart Requiem is by the Bach Collegium of Stuttgart, a musical capital in Southern Germany that often collaborates with the Gachinger Kantori of that same city. Both of these sublime ensembles were founded by conductor Helmuth Rilling, the orchestra in 1965 and the Choir in 1954. The conductor, Helmuth Rilling is currently 81 years young and, as far as I can tell, is still active, as he is Music Director of the orchestra and Kantori he had founded, as well as the Oregon Bach Festival in Eugene, Oregon, in union with the University of Oregon since it's inception in 1970. Considered one of the world's leading authorities on early music, chiefly of the sacred nature, he is an expert in Bach, having recorded for Naxos the entire cantata repertoire, in over 15 years, and releasing the final installment on the composer's 300th Birthday in 1985. But, here, it's Mozart and this reading of his requiem, unfinished by the Master but completed by his friend and associate Antonio Salieri, after Wolfgang's death in 1791 at age 35. In a few words, this is a superb, wonderfully polished and beautifully presented K.626. Recorded in 1979, this terrific work runs just over 52 minutes, at 52:33. The soloists include soprano Arleen Auger, alto Carolyn Watkinson, tenor Siegfried Jerusalem and Siegmund Nimsgern, bass, along, of course, with the Gachinger Kantori and the Bach Collegium, both of Stuttgart. Thee are no liner notes, a fault I found of poor neglect, as more information regarding this wonderful composition always helpful to have, despite it's massive fame as Mozart's "swansong. Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars A very excellent recording of this work November 3, 2012
Great requiem recording for the price. The orchestra sounds a little lean but is still formidable. The Kyrie (my personal favorite because I like the fugue style here) is taken at just the right tempo to make this movement shine. The only point of contention I might have is that at the very end on the last chord I seem to hear a clarinet playing and holding a note that sounds like a major 3rd interval and then the player slides it down to a minor third to "correct" it, making the error even more noticeable. Other than this, I love the entire recording. I keep it in my car all the time.
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