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Album: Verdi: Messa di Requiem

Artist: Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 1994 Erato Disques S.A.

Tracklist For Verdi: Messa di Requiem By Artist Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim

Title Artist Time
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Messa di Requiem : n° 1 - Req Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 9:26 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : n° 2 - Die Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 2:13 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Tuba Mirum Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 1:50 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Mors Stupeb Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 1:17 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Liber scrip Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 4:50 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Quid sum mi Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 3:50 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Rex tremend Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 3:39 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Recordare ( Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 3:57 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Ingemisco ( Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 3:36 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Confutatis Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 5:19 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : Lacrymosa ( Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 6:09 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : n° 3 - Off Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 10:09 USD Album Only
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Messa di Requiem : n° 4 - San Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 2:24 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : n° 5 Agnus Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 5:21 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : n° 6 Lux a Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 6:22 USD 0.99
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Messa di Requiem : n° 7 - Lib Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim 13:21 USD Album Only

Reviews For Verdi: Messa di Requiem By Artist Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim

  • Play this one loud!

    4
    By divapro87
    Verdi's Requiem is one of my favorite choral pieces and I own a dozen or more recordings of it. That said, the one I play the most often is this one. Barenboim leads a well-paced, exciting performance and his Chicago forces respond well to him with a full, detailed sound - the Dies Irae will give you chills! Typically there is at least one weak link in every quartet of soloists, but this one is strong from top to bottom. Marc has a huge, shining voice that is as impressive in the climaxes as it is in the quiet moments. Aside from a flat octave leap in the "Libera me," she bests most of her recorded competition by the sheer scale of her singing. Meier presses a bit hard in places, but she is committed and riveting. I'm not much of a Domingo fan, but it's hard not to be impressed with his singing here - he takes the opening Kyrie in one breath and sings richly and confidently throughout. Furlanetto is no Pinza (but to be fair, who is?) but he tackles his wide-ranging music fearlessly. Turn up the volume on this one and enjoy!

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