This album has received following awards: Grand Prix du Disque de l'Académie Charles Cros (1960) Diapason d'Or de l' Année - Diapason Magazine (2003) Choc du Monde de la Musique - Le Monde de la Musique (2003)

  • SU36732 Katalognummer
  • 099925367329 EAN
  • 2CD Format
  • 2003 Utgivelsesĺr

This album has received following awards: Grand Prix du Disque de l'Académie Charles Cros (1960) Diapason d'Or de l' Année - Diapason Magazine (2003) Choc du Monde de la Musique - Le Monde de la Musique (2003)
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Artist
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Anč | erl, Karel

Dirigent
Anč | erl, Karel

Medvirkende
Stader, Maria (soprano) | Wagner, Sieglinde (alto) | Hafliger, Ernst (tenor) | Borg, Kim (bass)

Komponist
Dvoř | ák, Antonin

Ensemble
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Prague Symphony Orchestra | Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra | Prague Philharmonic Choir

Sjanger
Vokal

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

CD 1

Antonín Dvořák

Requiem. Mass for the deceased for Solo Voices, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 89
1.         Requiem aeternam. Poco lento     10:06
2.         Graduale (Requiem aeternam). Andante     04:57
3.         Dies irae. Allegro impetuoso (att.)     02:13
4.         Tuba mirum. Moderato     08:59
5.         Quid sum miser. Lento     05:54
6.         Recordare, Jesu Pie. Andante     07:26
7.         Confutatis maledictis. Moderato maestoso     04:43
8.         Lacrimosa. L'istesso tempo     05:50

CD 2

Requiem. Mass for the deceased for Solo Voices, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 89
1.         Offertorium. (Domine Jesu Christe). Andante con moto     11:57
2.         Hostias. Andante     11:26
3.         Sanctus. Andante maestoso     05:47
4.         Pie Jesu. Poco adagio     05:43
5.         Agnus Dei. Lento     10:58

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Produktbeskrivelse

Here is the third instalment of six volumes in the Ančerl Gold series: a collection that is at once exceptionally strong in purely artistic terms, and in the context of the Ančerl series as a whole, unusually multifaceted. The pre-Romantic style is represented here by the music of Mozart (in several masterly solo renditions, including that of David Oistrakh, among others), and Voříšek, a prematurely deceased young genius of Czech music whose Symphony in D major is definitely compatible with Schubert's symphonic output. Sacred music is exemplified by Dvořák's masterly, profoundly emotional Requiem; and the world of drama is evoked by Prokofiev's ballet music for Romeo and Juliet. Twentieth-century idioms can be savoured by their aficionados in Ančerl's accounts of IgorStravinsky's kaleidoscope of styles; while lovers of the Romantic concertant style are sure to be delighted by the intoxicating melodics of Brahms' first piano concerto, as well as by the trioof somewhat later violin concertos, more titillating on the harmonic plane, by Ravel, Lalo, and Hartmann.

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