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The King's College Choir Of Cambridge - Fauré Requiem mp3
Interprète: The King's College Choir Of Cambridge
Titre: Fauré Requiem
Publié sur: 1968
Label: EMI
Pays: UK
Catalogue #: ASD 2358
Genre: Classique
Classement: 4.0
Votes: 724
Formats: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Taille du MP3: 2733 mb


1In Paradisum
2Libera Me
5Agnus Dei
7Introit and kyrie
8Pie Jesu


Dame Felicity LottChoir of King's College, CambridgeAcademy of St Martin-in-the-FieldsEnglish Chamber OrchestraSir Philip LedgerSir David WillcocksEiddwen HarrhyApril CanteloHelen GelmarCharles BrettJames BowmanIan PartridgeStep. 2001 1989 Digital Remaster. Händel, Vivaldi, Bach: Choral Christmas. Choir Of King's College: все альбомы, включая Fauré: Requiem, etc. Allegri's Miserere and Other Music of the Italian 16th Century , Rutter: Gloria, Magnificat, Psalm 150 и другие. The Choir of King's College, Cambridge is an English choir. It is considered one of today's most accomplished and renowned representatives of the great English choral tradition. It was created by King Henry VI, who founded King's College, Cambridge, in 1441, to provide daily singing in his Chapel, which remains the main task of the choir to this day. Today the choir is directed by Daniel Hyde and derives much of its fame from the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, broadcast worldwide to millions on. In January this year, the Choir of King's College Cambridge collaborated with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment to perform the first recording of a new reconstruction of the original complete liturgical performance of Fauré's Requiem. It employs a small orchestra of violas, cellos and basses, augmented by solo violin in one movement and brass in others. Under the direction of Stephen Cleobury, this is a faithful recreation of the 1889 premiere, even using the stops available to the original organist. This album came in at No. 4 in Classic FM's Album of the Year 2014. Home The Choir of King's College, Cambridge Listen to the Choir Recordings Fauré Requiem. Fauré Requiem. This critically-acclaimed album was recorded in January 2014 with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and former choral scholar Gerald Finley. It is the first recording of Marc Rigaudières new reconstruction of the earliest complete liturgical performance of the Fauré Requiem. It faithfully recreates the 1889 premiere, even using the organ stops available to the organist at the Léglise de la Madeleine in Paris. The instruments and techniques used by the orchestra are typical of those used in a French orchestra of the late 19th century. Messe basse: Sanctus. Choir of King's College, Cambridge. Fauré: Requiem, etc. Composers: Gabriel Fauré. Messe basse: Benedictus. Fauré: Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Fauré: Pavane in F-Sharp Minor, Op. Ave Verum Corpus Mozart - King's College, Cambridge. See Amid the Winter's Snow Cambridge Choir of King's College. Cambridge Choir of King's College. King's College Choir, Cambridge. The King's College Choir is arguably the most widely known of England's university choirs, heard in the annual Christmas Eve Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols. Read Full Biography. The Choir of King's handles the extremely difficult score with technical aplomb that makes it sound so easy but with a depth of sensitivity that grips one's emotions and stirs one's spirit. I have listened to this recording over and over and with every hearing I never fail to be deeply moved. I would recommend The Rutter Requiem as performed by the choir of King's College in Cambridge, England, to anyone with an interest in that piece or in timeless religious music. The performance by both the singers and the instrumentalists is flawless and exquisitely beautiful, with an incredible range of emotions expressed as the composer meant for them to be

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