LSO, Sir Colin Davis - Verdi - Requiem album download
|No.1 - Requiem||(9:09)|
|No.2 - Dies Irae|
|1-2||I. Dies Irae||2:17|
|1-3||II. Tuba Mirum||3:26|
|1-4||III. Liber Scriptus||5:03|
|1-5||IV. Quid Sum Miser||3:37|
|1-6||V. Rex Tremendae||3:35|
|No.3 - Offertorio|
|2-1||I. Domine Jesu Christe||4:18|
|No.4 - Sanctus||(2:37)|
|No.5 - Agnus Dei||(4:27)|
|No.6 - Lux Aeterna||(6:17)|
|No.7 - Libera Me|
|2-6||I. Libera Me, Dies Irae, Requiem Aeternam||7:23|
|2-7||II. Libera Me||5:52|
- Bass Vocals – John Relyea
- Chorus – London Symphony Chorus
- Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
- Conductor – Sir Colin Davis
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Karen Cargill
- Producer – James Mallinson
- Soprano Vocals – Christine Brewer
- Tenor Vocals – Stuart Neill
NotesRecorded Live 11 and 14 January 2009 at the Barbican, London
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Sir Colin Rex Davis CH CBE (25 September 1927 – 14 April 2013) was an English conductor, known for his association with the London Symphony Orchestra, having first conducted it in 1959. His repertoire was broad, but among the composers with whom he was particularly associated were Mozart, Berlioz, Elgar, Sibelius, Stravinsky and Tippett. He studied as a clarinettist, but was intent on becoming a conductor.
Such was the case with this remarkable performanc. llowing us to experience to the full the nightmarish quality of Verdi’s evocation of the Dies Irae, his deep compassion for the suffering, the flippant glory of the Sanctus, and the dreadful uncertainty with which the work closes’ –The Guardian (UK). Disc 1 Requiem Mass, for soloists, chorus & orchestra (Manzoni Requiem) 1. No. 1. Requiem. Requiem aeternam 9:09 2. 2. Dies irae. Dies irae 2:17 3. Tuba mirum 3:26 4.
Last January, I heard Verdi Requiems in Rome (conducted by Antonio Pappano) and at the Barbican (Davis), both of which were recorded live. The performance is recorded at a low dynamic level - the chorus's introductory Requiem aeternams are whispers - which means the fire-and-brimstone sequences of the Dies Irae and Libera me domine sound less than climactic. The LSO chorus makes up in commitment what it lacks in numbers and tonal refulgence, but the orchestra responds magnificently to Davis's volatile and deeply felt interpretation.
Sir Colin first conducted the LSO in 1959 and became Principal Conductor in 1995. He was the longest serving Principal Conductor in the LSO’s history and has been at the head of the LSO family for many years. His musicianship and his humanity have been cherished by musicians and audiences alike. Composers: All composers Beethoven Berlioz Brahms Britten Bruckner Dvořák Elgar Handel Haydn Holst MacMillan Mozart Nielsen Sibelius Smetana Tippett Vaughan Williams Verdi Walton Weber.
Album · 2009 · 17 Songs. Requiem: I. Requiem Aeternam. Sir Colin Davis, Christine Brewer, Karen Cargill, London Symphony Orchestra, Stuart Neill & John Relyea. Requiem: II. Sir Colin Davis, London Symphony Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra. 3. Requiem: III. Tuba Mirum. Sir Colin Davis, London Symphony Orchestra & John Relyea. 4. Requiem: IV. Liber Scriptus. Sir Colin Davis, Karen Cargill & London Symphony Orchestra. 5. Requiem: V. Quid Sum Miser. Sir Colin Davis, Stuart Neill, Christine Brewer, London Symphony Orchestra & Karen Cargill.
Album: Verdi: Requiem. Verdi: Requiem: Best 2 songs. Christine Brewer, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis, Джузеппе Верди - Requiem: XVII. Karen Cargill, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis - Requiem: IV. Liber scriptus 05:02. Album: Verdi: Requiem. Christine Brewer, John Relyea, Karen Cargill, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis, Джузеппе Верди: best 2 tracks. London Symphony Orchestra, Luciano Pavarotti, Luciano Pavarotti and the London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Bonynge, Джузеппе Верди - "La donna.
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