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Berlioz: Requiem [Ormandy]
Posted By : Berthold_80 | Date : 12 Feb 2022 18:41:04 | Comments : 2

Berlioz: Requiem / Ormandy
Sony Classical | Essential Classics | March 4, 2022
EAC | ape (img+cue) | log | 351 MB


Hector BERLIOZ:
Requiem, Op.5 - Grande Messe des Morts

Cesare Valletti, Tenor
Temple University Chorus
(Rober E. Page, Director)
Philadelphia Orchestra
Eugene Ormandy
, Conductor

Recording: Philadelphia Athletic Club, Philadelphia, PA, April 1 & 2, 1964.

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EAC extraction logfile from 11. February 2010, 13:21

Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, Temple University Chorus / Berlioz: Requiem

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Posted By: waldstein Date: 12 Feb 2022 21:15:12
Thanks. And here is comment from Amazon:
"Eugene Ormandy's reading of the Berlioz Requiem is almost essential. The seminal period of the work is, of course, the massive and magnificent 'Tuba Mirum,' at which the multiple brass bands at the four corners of the orchestra enter. This crucial element of the score is pulled off very nicely by the Philadelphia Symphony and the accompanying chorus. The brass sounds very clear, and the massive numbers of crashing percussion do not obscure the orchestra and chorus. In short, the recording is very clear in what has to be one of the densest scores in the history of choral music. The other movements are played equally as well, with the 'Rex Tremendae' being the best reading I've ever heard, and the tenor in the 'Sanctus' is full of emotion and dramatic intensity-a key element. As a fan of Verdi's intense, overwhelming Requiem, the Berlioz was a perfect compliment to that, especially in this clear, precise recording by Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Symphony."
Posted By: zedda piras Date: 12 Feb 2022 21:38:58
Many, many thanks!
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