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BRAHMS, J.: Deutsches Requiem (Ein) (Sung in English) (Budday)

BRAHMS, J.: Deutsches Requiem (Ein) (Sung in English) (Budday)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2012

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Budday, Jurgen


Jurgen Budday

Soloist

Heidi Meier

Soloist

Maulbronn Chamber ChoirMusica Sacra


Musica SacraMaulbronn Chamber Choir


GrauSchumacher Piano Duo



Record Label
K and K

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 70:38
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BRAHMS, J.: Deutsches Requiem (Ein) (Sung in English) (Budday)

     
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BIBLE

 

Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem), Op. 45 (Sung in English)

 
1 I. Blessed Are They (Chorus) 10:56
 Jurgen Budday Soloist
     
 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

2 II. Behold, All Flesh Is As The Grass (Chorus) 14:18
 Heidi Meier Soloist
     
3 III. Lord, Make Me To Know (Baritone, Chorus) 9:39
 Heidi Meier Soloist
     
4 IV. How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place (Chorus) 5:06
 Jurgen Budday Soloist
     
5 V. Ye Now Are Sorrowful (Soprano, Chorus) 6:59
 Jurgen Budday Soloist
     
 

BIBLE

6 VI. Here On Earth We Have No Continuing Place (Baritone, Chorus) 11:20
 Heidi Meier Soloist
     
 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

7 VII. Blessed Are The Dead (Chorus) 12:20
 Heidi Meier Soloist
 Budday, Jurgen


On Good Friday, April the 10th, 1868, the world premiere of the Requiem in six movements was given in Bremen, Germany. Brahms conducted the Choral Society of Bremen and worked with Karl Martin Reinthaler in preparation of the performance. Friends of Brahms from all over Germany were attending this occasion. After the performance in Bremen, Brahms returned to Hamburg, where he finished the work by the addition of the last movement. ’You now have sadness’ was finished in the autograph of the particell with ’Hamburg May 68’. In 1869, the complete opus was performed at the 18th of February in Leipzig under the direction of Karl Reinecke.

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