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BRAHMS, J.: Deutsches Requiem (Ein) (Ziesak, Jarnot, Munich Bach Choir, Munich Radio Orchestra, H. Albrecht)

BRAHMS, J.: Deutsches Requiem (Ein) (Ziesak, Jarnot, Munich Bach Choir, Munich Radio Orchestra, H. Albrecht)

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release date: November 2011


Artists:

Munich Radio Orchestra


Albrecht, Hansjorg


Ruth Ziesak

Soloist

Munich Bach Choir



Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 68:30
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BRAHMS, J.: Deutsches Requiem (Ein) (Ziesak, Jarnot, Munich Bach Choir, Munich Radio Orchestra, H. Albrecht)

 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

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Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem), Op. 45

 
1 I. Selig sind, die da Leid tragen 10:42
2 II. Denn alles Fleisch es ist wie Gras 15:04
3 III. Herr, lehre doch mich 9:26
4 IV. Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen 4:53
5 V. Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit 6:55
6 VI. Denn wir haben hie keine bleibende Statt 11:42
7 VII. Selig sind die Toten 9:48
     
 Ruth Ziesak Soloist
 Albrecht, Hansjorg


This live recording of Brahms’ „German Requiem“ gains even more intensity through the occasion of its performance: on September 25, 2010, the Dominik- Brunner-Foundation organized a memorial concert for Dominik Brunner, the man who paid with his life for his courageous defense of four children from attackers in a Munich commuter train one year before.

The Munich Radio Orchestra, Münchener Bach-Chor as well as first class soloists performed Brahms’ famous Requiem, which is based on texts from Luther’s Bible, under the direction of Hansjörg Albrecht.

Brahms’ work is characterized by the fact that, in contrast to the Catholic requiem, its texts do not center around the dead, but on the survivors, or one could say, on man in general. The bible verses that Brahms chose concentrate both on consolation as well as the awareness that death is an inevitable fact of life for every human. The work clearly reflects Brahms’ own beliefs, fears and experiences and is thus a deeply human and personal avowal in word and sound.

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