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Requiem KV 626

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Una de las más bellas interpretaciones del Requiem, KV. 626 de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Helen Donath - Yvonne Minton

Ryland Davies - Gerd Nienstedt

John Alldis Choir

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Sir Colin Davis, director

Grabado en septiembre de 1967 en Watford Town Hall de Londres

Recomendada en la Penguin Guide que dice: Davis con un pequeño coro nos ofrece una interpretación más íntima de lo común, y con su natural sentido del estilo encuentra más belleza y detalle. (...) La orquesta de la BBC está en buena forma y los solistas, aunque de variada calidad, ofrecen un alto nivel.

Reedición en 180 gr de Speakers Corner

Among all those sacred compositions that deal with the end of life, Mozart’s Requiem penetrates one’s heart and soul like no other apocalyptic work. One reason for this is surely the rather mysterious story surrounding its composition, a mixture of truth and legend, which arose during the arduous last months of the ailing Salzburg composer. Although the various developmental stages and the extent to which Mozart’s pupils participated in the composition may never be fully clarified, the mystical power of the enigmatic fragments remains constant to this day.
Sir Colin Davis lends an immediate relentlessness to the sounds of despair that is already apparent in the tense, pulsating opening bars, and which is taken to the very limits of playability in the climactic Dies irae. While the swift tempi might appear rather surprising, they serve to dampen any sort of opera-like sentimentality of which many recordings are guilty. The consolatory timbre in the vocal parts make them come across as oases of calm in the prevailing atmosphere of biting cold, fearsome drama, and flickering hope, all of which breathes musical life into this mass for the dead.

DirectorColin Davis
OrquestaBBC Symphony
CantantesDonath - Minton - Davies