Dies Irae (28:08)

Cover of Britten: War Requiem

From Britten: War Requiem and 2 other releases

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  • abunono

    İngilizce bir çok garip insanlar. Yani büyük bir futbol oyunu için bir tutku, ama gerçekten hakim kimse yok. Tüm Seksten sonra çay ve soğuk su var. Bunun geleneksel bir ilaç söz konusu olduğunda. O bir balık sevgili tutun gibi içiyor. O bilinç genişleme eksikliği hakkında merak ediyor.Ticaret tarafında, İngilizce değil Hollandalı gibi yeteneksiz değildi. Toplam: bu kolay değil.

    20 Aug 2012 Reply
  • slayerdavex1

    Stunning!

    5 Mar 2012 Reply
  • robnutty

    So, I'm hearing the Sinfonia da Requiem mvt ii, rather than the War Requiem. Still massive problems with the classical labelling. Very welcome to hear it though!

    9 Dec 2011 Reply
  • shostamika

    Un opus essentiel du grand Britten. Un "historique".

    28 Aug 2011 Reply
  • linuxdudex10

    yes.. quite excellent work indeed

    15 Nov 2010 Reply
  • rosmaritbrum

    Excellent work, perfect integration of voices.

    3 May 2010 Reply
  • HummingJaw

    Lovely

    7 Jan 2010 Reply
  • kittiposte

    Sorry but I don't want to hear modern when I've tuned into Gesualdo radio. Turn this fakir off!

    27 Dec 2009 Reply
  • jeffyskate

    wh213206 - the other way around of course. John Williams - great talent notwithstanding - borrowed liberally from Prokofiev, Saint-Saens, Wagner, and other romantic/modern composers. Brings to mind the old apothegm: good artists copy, great artists steal.

    22 Nov 2009 Reply
  • wh213206

    Is it me, or does this sound like Star Wars?

    16 Nov 2009 Reply
  • rolandtaylor

    this is perfectly constructed, deep, dramatic, profound, joyous, scary. There you have it.

    12 Nov 2009 Reply
  • muzyaka_che_na

    profound

    14 Oct 2009 Reply
  • AZIRUAM

    beautiful

    15 Jul 2009 Reply
  • GordonTenor2

    Dark and brooding Kind of reminds me of Elgar's Dream of Gerontius

    23 May 2009 Reply
  • richardrw

    The Wrath of God. This is dark - the words are apparently based on poems by Wilfred Owen.

    10 Sep 2008 Reply

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