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Hervé Niquet & The Flemish Radio Choir - Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem (2015)

11-10-2015, 21:14
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Hervé Niquet & The Flemish Radio Choir - Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem (2015)

Artist: Hervé Niquet & The Flemish Radio Choir
Title Of Album: Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: EPR-Classic
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 50:58 min
Total Size: 117 / 252 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1 - Selig sind, die da Leid tragen (07:39)
2 - Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras (10:49)
3 - Herr lehre doch mich (07:11)
4 - Wie lieblich sein deine Wohnungen (04:13)
5 - Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit (04:40)
6 - Denn wir haben hie keine bleibende Statt (09:21)
7 - Selig sind die Toten, die in dem Herrn sterben (07:05)

Few people can live up to towering expectations, but when Johannes Brahms finished his German Requiem in 1868, he knew he had risen to the challenge his musical father Robert Schumann had set when he hailed 20 year old Brahms as a composer "destined to give ideal expression to our times", and urged him "to direct his magic wand where the massed forces of chorus and orchestra would lend him their power". The outcome of this request was a masterpiece which deviates from the traditional Requiem horrors of judgement and hell to address all mankind with a message of hope and comfort. In keeping with this message, acclaimed conductor Hervé Niquet probes under the accumulated patina of heavy-handedness and doom to zoom in on the Requiem's inexpressible kindness. Niquet blends his forces in an uplifting and intense performance which brings out the expressive and rhetorical essence of music which is at once grand and intimate. The German Requiem is the second instalment in a series of five CDs dedicated to iconic (Brahms, Mozart) but also unjustly neglected Requiems (like the one by Maurice Duruflé). The first release in the series was devoted to Gabriel Fauré's Requiem, and it was hailed in Classica as "un magnifique enregistrement", and in Gramophone as "life-affirming" because of the "fresh and vigorous singing of the Flemish Radio Choir" and the "crisp and neat playing from the Brussels Philharmonic Soloists".

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tiger   User offline   15 October 2015 15:44

Thanks a lot.

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