Mozart - Boys Chorus Of The Moscow Choral School , Conductor Dimitri Kitaenko - Requiem (LP).
Mozart - Boys Chorus Of The Moscow Choral School , Conductor Dimitri Kitaenko – Requiem. The Requiem Mass In D Minor, KV 626. A1. Requiem Aeternam.
Vyacheslav Artyomov, Sveshnikov Boy's Chorus Of The Moscow Choral School, Kaunas State Chorus, Oleg Yanchenko, Dmitri Kitaenko.
Christoph Eschenbach, conductor. Grand choir was founded in 1928, its founder and first artistic director was a master of choral art . At various times, he was guided by such great musicians as . In 2005, the Grand Choir (known as the Masters of Choral Singing ) for the post of artistic director was invited by the People’s Artist of Russia, Professor Lev Kontorovich. For 30 years, continued active work of Lev Kontorovich in the Moscow Choral School named . Sveshnikova and then created on the basis of the school of the Academy of Choral Art after VS Popov. Since 1996 - professor, and since 2012 - Head of the Department of Contemporary Choir of the Moscow Conservatory of the Performing Arts. His students are working successfully in choirs, musical theaters and educational institutions of Russia and abroad.
Requiem for soloists, chorus & orchestra. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66. 6.
The boys' choir echoes the Requiem aeternam from the beginning of the work, and the full choir ends on the resolved tritone motif. Premiere and performances. For the opening performance, it was intended that the soloists should be Galina Vishnevskaya (a Russian), Peter Pears (an Englishman) and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (a German), to demonstrate a spirit of unity. Although the Coventry Cathedral Festival Committee had hoped Britten would be the sole conductor for the work's premiere, shoulder pain forced his withdrawal from the main conducting role. He did, however, conduct the chamber orchestra, and this spawned a tradition of separate conductors that the work does not require and Britten never envisaged. The premiere took place on 30 May.
Russian Conductor's School. Russian Masterpieces. Recorded in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in 1977, this performance by a famous Russian choir demonstrates their sonorous chorus technique and sound. The powerful basses give an added dimension. The traditional Latin text of requiem mass repeatedly attracted attention of the most prominent composers in the world history. The central part of the Requiem How lovely are thy tabernacles makes gradual transition from sorrow and mourns to hope for life after death. The Yurlov State Academic Chorus was named after Alexander Yurlov soon after the death of the talented musician and choir conductor. His unexpected death happened when the choir was rocketing to its peak of mastery. The group was obliged with this success to its brilliant leader.
|The Requiem Mass In D Minor, KV 626|
|A1||Requiem Aeternam. Kyrie Eleison|
|B5||Agnus Dei. Lux Aeterna|
|A10 00763 000||Mozart* - Boys Chorus Of The Moscow Choral School* , Conductor Dimitri Kitaenko*||Mozart* - Boys Chorus Of The Moscow Choral School* , Conductor Dimitri Kitaenko* - Requiem (LP)||Мелодия||A10 00763 000||USSR||1991|
|A10 00763 000||В. А. Моцарт* - Хор Мальчиков Московского Государственного Хорового Училища , Дирижер Дмитрий Китаенко*||В. А. Моцарт* - Хор Мальчиков Московского Государственного Хорового Училища , Дирижер Дмитрий Китаенко* - Реквием (LP)||Aprelevka Sound Inc.||A10 00763 000||Russia||1993|