Club CD: MOZART - Requiem
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MOZART, Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Agnes Baltsa, Herbert von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker

Requiem

I. Introitus 1. Requiem 2. II. Kyrie III. Sequentia 3. 1. Dies irae 4. 2. Tuba mirum 5. 3. Rex tremendae 6. 4. Recordare 7. 5. Confutatis 8. 6. Lacrimosa IV. Offertorium 9. 1. Domine, Jesu Christe 10. 2. Hostias 11. V. Sanctus 12. VI. Benedictus 13. VII. Agnus Dei VIII. Communio 14. Lux aeterna
  • Anna Tomowa-Sintow - soprano
  • Agnes Baltsa - mezzosopran
  • Herbert von Karajan - conductor
  • Berliner Philharmoniker - orchestra
  • MOZART
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Die Stimmen von Anna Tomowa-Sintow (Sopran), Agnes Baltsa (Alt), Werner Krenn (Tenor und José van Dam (Bass) bilden auf dieser Aufnahme ein hervorragendes, warmes Quartett. Die Aufnahme des Mozart-Requiems entstand 1975 für die Deutsche Grammophon und ist ein Abbild des vollen Karajan-Klangs.

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SHM-CD/SACD - w ofercie Clubu CD Herbert von Karajan’s 1975 Mozart Requiem is of the grand ceremonial type with large choral forces and full orchestra accompaniment–all of which sounds quite massive compared to more recent period-style performances–particularly Bruno Weil’s powerfully lean and incisive version on Sony (see Reviews Archive). The present recording’s spacious reverberation enhances the feeling of bigness, and with it the sense of occasion. Karajan’s tempos are on the slow side, especially by today’s standards, but he generates much anger and sonic power in the Dies Irae. But the tension flags considerably in the second half, where Süssmayr reportedly takes over (this recording uses the standard Süssmayr completion). However, there’s no lack of passion on the part of the singers, especially Jose van Dam, whose golden bass-baritone sounds so soothing in the Tuba Mirum. Karajan is dutifully reverential in the coupled Mass in C, but even though he again gets fine choral and solo singing (and the recording is closer and brighter than the Requiem), the performance could do with a lighter, more joyful touch. Ultimately it comes down to whether you are a Karajan fan, in which case this recording does the job. For others, there are the recommended alternatives. - See more at: https://www.classicstoday.com/review/review-14268/#sthash.9S8JASDE.dpuf Anna Tomowa-Sintow (soprano) Agnes Baltsa (alto) Werner Krenn (tenor) José van Dam (bass) Karajan, Herbert von (conductor) Berlin Philharmonic Wiener Singverein See more at: https://www.classicstoday.com/review/review-14268/#sthash.9S8JASDE.dpuf