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III. Requiem Aeternam - Benjamin Britten - Orchestral Works (CD)

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  1. Benjamin Britten ( - ): War Requiem, Op. 1 I. Requiem aeternam - Requiem aeternam (Children's chorus) ; 2 II. Requiem aeternam - What Passing Bells (Tenor) 3 III. Requiem aeternam - Kyrie eleison (Chorus) 4 IV. Dies irae - Dies irae, dies illa (Chorus) 5 V. Dies irae - Bugles Sang (Baritone) ; 6 VI. Dies irae - Liber scriptus (Soprano, Semi-chorus)
  2. Jun 25,  · Benjamin Britten: WAR REQUIEM op. 66 III. OFFERTORIUM Abschlusskonzert der Europäischen Kulturtage Karlsruhe Gedenkkonzert 70 Jahre Zerstörung der Stadtkirche Karlsruhe Konzert vom Mai.
  3. Download Britten: War Requiem by Lorin Maazel; Münchner Philharmoniker in high-resolution audio at vepodandlighlicwall.kratpeiremahallospsforalermapoma.infoinfo - Available in MQA and 48 kHz / bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats.
  4. This massive work is one of Britten’s greatest achievements. Composed for the consecration of the new Coventry Cathedral in (after the old one was damaged in a World War II.
  5. Britten: Orchestral Works. Warner Classics: Buy download online. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Libor Pesek, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Libor Pesek.
  6. Op. 64, A Midsummer Night's Dream, opera (libretto by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, after William Shakespeare), Op. 65, Sonata for cello and piano, Op. 66, War Requiem,
  7. After the War Requiem’s early success the critical tide in some quarters turned against the piece. This was a time when the music press was increasingly focusing on the European experimental avant-garde, and composers who extended tonal traditions, such as Britten and Shostakovich, were becoming difficult to place in terms of perceived.
  8. The orchestra's accompaniment suggests gunfire and the wailing of shells. Very often in the War Requiem, Britten's music follows the text quite literally -- when instruments are referred to in the poetry, they are heard in the music, and onomatopoeic words are illustrated musically. The Requiem aeternam ends with the Kyrie.
  9. Requiem aeternam This song is by Benjamin Britten and appears on the album War Requiem ().

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