Friday night masterpiece moments. Searingly intense. An unusual performance, but brilliant.
Leonard Bernstein dedicated this performance to the memory of his late wife, the actress Felicia Montealegre.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Requiem Mass in D minor K. 626
Leonard Bernstein [Conductor] Marie McLaughlin [Soprano] Maria Ewing [Soprano] Jerry Hadley [Tenor]
I. Introitus: Requiem [0:00] II. Kyrie [6:39] III. Sequentia: – Dies irae [9:23] – Tuba mirum [11:07] – Rex tremendae [15:37] – Recordare [18:19] – Confutatis [24:02] – Lacrimosa [26:24] IV. Offertorium: – Domine Jesu [32:14] – Hostias [35:43] V. Sanctus [39:48] VI. Benedictus [41:38] VII. Agnus Dei [47:00] VIII. Communio: Lux aeterna [51:54]
Chor und Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks Leonard Bernstein
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