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Playlist of Berlioz: Requiem ''Grande Messe des Morts''

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  • Hector Berlioz - Requiem | WDR Rundfunkchor | WDR Sinfonieorchester

    1:18:58

    Hector Berlioz' Grande Messe des Morts (Requiem für Tenor, gemischten Chor und Orchester op. 5), aufgeführt vom WDR Rundfunkchor, WDR Sinfonieorchester, Tschechischen Philharmonischen Chor Brno und Tenor Andrew Staples unter der Leitung von Dirigent Jukka-Pekka Saraste. Live aufgenommen am 18. Mai 2017 im Kölner Dom.

    00:00:00 I. Requiem et Kyrie. Andante un poco lento (Chor)
    00:08:35 II. Dies irae, Tuba mirum. Moderato – Allegro maestoso (Chor)
    00:20:20 III. Quid sum miser. Andante un poco lento (Männerchor)
    00:23:18 IV. Rex tremendae. Andante maestoso (Chor)
    00:28:48 V. Quaerens me. Andante sostenuto (Chor)
    00:33:19 VI. Lacrymosa. Andante non troppo lento (Chor)
    00:43:18 VII. Offertorium. Moderato (Chor)
    00:51:38 VIII. Hostias. Andante non troppo lento (Männerchor)
    00:54:50 IX. Sanctus. Andante un poco sostenuto e maestoso (Tenor, Chor)
    01:05:29 X. Agnus Dei. Andante un poco lento (Chor)

    Andrew Staples, Tenor
    Tschechischer Philharmonischer Chor Brno
    WDR Rundfunkchor Köln
    Philipp Ahmann, Einstudierung
    WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln
    Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Leitung

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    ○ Werkeinführung
    Am 5. Dezember 1837 sind unter der Kuppel des Pariser Invalidendoms mehr als 400 Musiker und Sänger versammelt. Der Staat trauert um den im Kampf gefallenen Militärgouverneur des besetzten Algerien. In der Kirche stehen 200 Chorsänger bereit, ein Solist, rund 180 Instrumentalisten im Hauptorchester und weitere vier Blasorchester. Hector Berlioz denkt wie immer in großen Maßstäben. Musik, davon ist er überzeugt, ist keine körperlose Kunst. Schallwellen breiten sich nicht im Geist aus, sondern im konkreten Raum.

    Die »Grande Messe des Morts« lässt er mit einer schlicht aufsteigenden Tonleiter beginnen. Die Massen stehen bereit, doch es spielen – unisono – nur Bläser und Streicher. Berlioz beweist Mut zur Reduktion. Nach dem ersten Aufleuchten der Violinen im »Lux aeterna« schließt fast tonlos das
    »Kyrie eleison« an. Ein tiefer Sprechgesang der unbegleiteten Männerstimmen im dreifachen piano. Das »Dies irae« eröffnen in kindlicher Unschuld die Soprane, lediglich begleitet von den Holzbläsern. Am Anfang dieses längsten Satzes bricht nicht das erwartete Chaos der Apokalypse aus. Nur langsam steigert sich die Satzdichte bis zum »Tuba mirum«. Erst jetzt schicken die Blechbläserensembles, die das große Orchester an allen vier Ecken in die Breite ziehen, ihre Signale in den Raum. Hier geht es nicht um kontrapunktische Finessen, sondern um die Vermessung und Erschließung des Raums. Mit dem Beginn des »Tuba mirum« setzt schließlich auch das große Aufgebot der insgesamt 16 Pauken ein. Zusammen mit großen Trommeln und Tamtams erfüllen sie die Kirche mit einer Mixtur aus Urweltgeräusch und Sphärenharmonie. Sein »Dies irae« konfrontiert mit der »gigantischen Erhabenheit«, die Berlioz im Text vorgeprägt fand. Auf dessen Höhepunkt setzt Berlioz der akustischen Macht des immensen Klangkörpers nur eine einzige Melodie der Chorbässe entgegen: es sind Kontraste wie dieser, aus denen er das Drama des »Requiems« entwickelt. Nur selten setzt er alle Mittel zugleich ein. Meist wählt er nur wenige, allerdings stark besetzte Stimmen und lässt die Mehrheit schweigen. Auch die Präsenz der oft schweigenden Mehrheit gehört zum Konzept seiner Dramaturgie.

    Auf die Reduktion und Askese des »Quid sum miser« für Männerchor und je zwei tiefe Holzbläser und Streicherstimmen folgt im »Rex tremendae« wieder maximale Prachtentfaltung. Der vielstimmige Massenklang besetzt den Tonraum und die Architektur in ihrer gesamten Höhe, Breite und Tiefe. Das anschließende »Quaerens me« für dreistimmigen Chor a cappella wirft die Hörer dann wieder auf sich selbst und ihre vergleichsweise marginale Größe zurück. Im »Lacrymosa« markieren kurze Paukenschläge das Nahen des Jüngsten Gerichts. Paukendonner untermalt sanft schaukelnde Chorfragmente. Berlioz zeichnet eine opernhafte Szene. Das »Requiem« ist keine Musik, deren Nähe sich das Publikum erarbeiten muss. Berlioz zielt auf Überwältigung durch Massenklänge und den Wechsel zwischen Stille und raumfüllender Monumentalität. In der Orchesterlandschaft des »Offertorium« deklamiert der Chor seinen Text einstimmig, wie eine Gemeinde beim Gebet. Das ausgedehnte »Sanctus« mit Tenorsolo steigert sich in eine dicht instrumentierte Fuge, bis die Bläser im »Agnus Dei« einen gewaltigen Orgelklang simulieren. Der Männerchor alterniert mit den Farbharmonien dieser virtuellen Kirchenorgel. Die Frauenstimmen fächern den Chorpart in die Höhe auf, bis sich das Amen über sanften Streicherwellen in der Ferne verliert.
    (Text: Martina Seeber)

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  • Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des morts Requiem, Op. 5

    1:24:11

    Levine, Berliner Philharmoniker, Ernst Senff Chor

    Introitus et Kyrie • 11:24 Sequentia: Dies irae • 23:13 Quid sum miser • 26:22 Rex tremendae • 32:05 Quaerens me • 36:31 Lacrymosa • 47:32 Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe • 58:06 Hostias • 1:01:31 Sanctus • 1:11:53 Agnus Dei et Communio

    I. REQUIEM ET KYRIE

    Chorus
    Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, [Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord:]
    et lux perpetua luceat eis. [and may light perpetual shine upon them.]

    Te decet hymnus, Deus in Sion, [Thou, O God, art praised in Sion;]
    et tibi reddetur votum [and unto Thee shall the vow]
    in Jerusalem. [be performed in Jerusalem;]
    Exaudi orationem meam, [Thou who hearest the prayer,]
    ad te omnis caro veniet. [unto Thee shall all fl esh come.]

    Requiem aeternam [Rest eternal grant]
    dona defunctis, Domine, [unto the dead, O Lord:]
    et lux perpetua luceat eis. [and may light perpetual shine upon them.]

    Kyrie eleison. [Lord, have mercy.]
    Christe eleison. [Christ, have mercy.]
    Kyrie eleison. [Lord, have mercy.]

    11:24 II. DIES IRAE

    Chorus
    Dies irae, dies illa [The day of wrath, that day,]
    Solvet saeclum in favilla… [will dissolve the world in ashes…]

    Quantus tremor est futurus, [How great a terror there will be]
    Quando judex est venturus, [when the Judge shall come,]
    Cuncta stricte discussurus! [He who examines all things]

    …Teste David cum Sibylla. […as David and the Sibyl testifi ed.]

    Tuba mirum spargens sonum [The trumpet, spreading its wondrous sound]
    Per sepulchra regionum [through the whole earth’s tombs,]
    Coget omnes ante thronum. [will gather all before the throne.]

    Mors stupebit et natura, [Death and nature shall be dumbfounded,]
    Cum resurget creatura [when creation rises again]
    Judicanti responsura. [to answer to the Judge.]

    Liber scriptus proferetur, [The written book shall be brought forth,]
    In quo totum continetur, [in which is contained everything]
    Unde mundus judicetur. [by which the world shall be judged.]

    Judex ergo cum sedebit, [Therefore, when the Judge takes his seat,]
    Quidquid latet, apparebit. [whatever is hidden shall be revealed;]
    Nil inultum remanebit. [nothing shall remain unpunished.]

    23:13 III. QUID SUM MISER

    Chorus
    Quid sum miser, tunc dicturus? [What then shall I, wretch that I am, say?]
    Quem patronum rogaturus, [Whom shall I ask to be my advocate]
    Cum vix justus sit securus? [when the righteous themselves shall scarce be saved?]

    Recordare Jesu pie, [Remember, O merciful Jesus,]
    Quod sum causa tuae viae. [that I am the cause of Thy journey thither;]
    Ne me perdas illa die. [do not forsake me on that day.]

    Oro supplex et acclinis, [I pray, humbly and bending low,]
    Cor contritum quasi cinis. [my contrite heart like cinders,]
    Gere curam mei fi nis. [take Thou my ending into Thy care.]

    26:22 IV. REX TREMENDAE

    Chorus
    Rex tremendae majestatis, [King of tremendous majesty]
    Qui salvandos salvas gratis, [who freely savest the redeemed,]
    Salva me, fons pietatis. [save me, O fount of pity.]

    Recordare Jesu pie, [Remember, O merciful Jesus,]
    Quod sum causa tuae viae. [that I am the cause of Thy journey thither;]
    Ne me perdas illa die. [do not forsake me on that day.]

    Confutatis maledictis, [When the damned are confounded,]
    Flammis acribus addictis, [and consigned to fi erce fl ames,]

    Voca me… [summon me…]
    …et de profundo lacu! […from the deepest depth!]

    Libera me de ore leonis, [Deliver me from the lion’s mouth,]
    Ne cadam in obscurum, [lest I fall into darkness,]
    Ne absorbeat me Tartarus. [lest the abyss may devour me.]

    32:05 V. QUÆRENS ME

    Chorus
    Quarens me, sedisti lassus. [Seeking me, thou sat down exhausted.]
    Redemisti crucem passus. [Thou redeemest me by suffering the cross.]
    Tantus labor non sit cassus. [Such great labour should not be in vain.]

    Juste judex ultionis, [True judge of vengeance,]
    Donum fac remissionis [grant me the gift of remission]
    Ante diem rationis. [before the day of reckoning.]

    Ingemisco, tanquam reus… [I sigh, as one accused…]
    Supplicanti parce Deus. [spare Thy suppliant, O God.]

    Preces meae non sunct dignae, [My prayers are not worthy,]
    Sed tu bonus fac benigne, [but Thou, O bounteous one, be merciful]
    Ne perenni cremer igne. [lest I am consumed with eternal fi re.]

    Qui Mariam absolvisti, [Though who didst absolve Mary]
    Et latronem exaudisti, [and didst hear the thief’s prayer,]
    Mihi quoque spem dedisti. [to me also hast Thou given hope.]

    Inter oves locum prasta, [Grant me a place among the sheep,]
    Et ab haedis me sequestra. [and separate me from the goats,]
    Statuens in parte dextra. [setting me at Thy right hand.]

    36:31 VI. LACRYMOSA

    Chorus
    Lacrymosa dies illa, [That day will be one of weeping,]
    Qua resurget ex favilla, [when there rises from the ashes]
    Judicandus homo reus… [the guilty man to be judged…]

    Pie Jesu Domine, [Merciful Lord Jesus,]
    Dona eis requiem. [grant them rest.]

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  • Hector Berlioz - Grande Messe des Morts Requiem

    1:31:15

    - Composer: Hector Berlioz (11 December 1803 -- 8 March 1869)
    - Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
    - Choirs: London Symphony Chorus, Wandsworth School Boys' Choir
    - Conductor: Sir Colin Davis
    - Soloist: Ronald Dowd (tenor)
    - Year of recording: 1969

    Requiem (Grande Messe des Morts), for tenor, chorus & orchestra, H. 75 (Op. 5), written in 1837.

    - Introit
    00:00:00 - 01. Requiem aeternam & Kyrie: Introitus
    - Sequence
    00:11:41 - 02. Dies irae: Prosa, Tuba mirum
    00:25:25 - 03. Quid sum miser
    00:28:43 - 04. Rex tremendae
    00:35:39 - 05. Quaerens me
    00:40:59 - 06. Lacrymosa
    - Offertory
    00:52:08 - 07. Domine Jesu Christe {Offertorium}
    01:03:06 - 08. Hostias
    - Sanctus
    01:06:45 - 09. Sanctus
    - Agnus Dei
    01:18:02 - 10. Agnus Dei

    The instrumental forces alone demand that we step back and look at Hector Berlioz Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5 {Requiem} a little differently than we might look at another composition -- even another large-scale, theatrical composition -- from the 1830s: in addition to the usual large orchestra and chorus, Berlioz calls for no fewer than 16 timpani and four extra brass choirs! When the French ministry of the interior commissioned a requiem mass from Berlioz in 1837 and decreed that the conservative conductor Francois-Antoine Habeneck would lead the first performance of the work on 5 December 1837, they could hardly have had such a thing in mind (nobody had yet ever even conceived of an instrumentation like that before, certainly not for indoor use); but Berlioz, through all his many ups and downs as a composer, was never one to suppress his fiery sense of the dramatic (as fiery as his bright red hair, so the stories go), and, in the end, even Habeneck -- who, according to a not impartial Berlioz, tried his best to ruin the Requiem's premiere (see trivia below) -- had to admire the spark of genius and the sheer spunk that it took to put that thing on paper. Today the Requiem is Berlioz's second-most famous work, behind the Symphony Fantastique, though, as one might imagine from its performance requirements, it is not his second-most frequent visitor to the concerthall (or the cathedral, as the case might be).

    Berlioz's Grand Messe des morts, scored for orchestra, tenor soloist, and SSTTBB chorus plus the extra forces listed above, is in ten sections and runs in excess of an hour and a quarter. Not all of its music is massive (the extra forces explode onto the scene in the Tuba mirum portion of the Dies irae sequence in No. 2 and then disappear), and indeed much of it is quite intimate -- for example the slender No. 3 Quid sum miser, which immediately follows the outburst in No. 2, or the opening of No. 9 Sanctus, which features the solo tenor. And the Requiem ends in absolute tenderness, the Lamb of God (No. 10 Agnus Dei) having taken away the sins of the world and accepted the dead into a new world, of which we mortals can hear only vague echoes -- timpani strokes left over from the explosive Last Judgment {Dies Irae} held earlier in the mass, now distant and gentle.

    Trivia:
    - Berlioz revised the work twice in his life, first in 1852, making the final revisions in 1867, only two years before his death.
    - Berlioz wrote later on in his career: if I were threatened with the destruction of the whole body of my works save one, I should crave mercy for the Messe des Morts.
    - In the first performance, according to Berlioz himself, Habeneck put down his baton during the dramatic Tuba mirum (part of the Dies Irae), and took a pinch of snuff. Berlioz rushed to the podium to conduct himself, saving the performance from disaster. The premiere was a complete success.

  • Berlioz: Requiem – Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Berliozs Death

    4:22

    In honor of the 150th anniversary of Berlioz's death, on March 8, 2019 John Nelson led a moving performance of his immensely powerful Requiem in St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Album and DVD now available:

    The performance gathered together more than 300 musicians, including tenor Michael Spyres, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Philharmonia Chorus, and the London Philharmonic Choir.

    Of the live performance, The Times wrote: “The surpassing virtue of this performance – with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus and London Philharmonic Choir magisterially conducted by John Nelson – was that both aspects, the spine-shakingly spectacular and the heart-rendingly haunting, were allowed to make their impact.”

    This response was echoed in The Guardian: “An outstanding Berliozian, with a most distinguished discography to his credit, Nelson offered a noble if austere interpretation, finely negotiating the work’s extremes of dynamics and sonority, and mindful throughout of the crucial integration of devotion and drama.”

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  • Berlioz - Grande Messe des Morts

    12:17

    Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts (Requiem) H. 75 (Op. 5)

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
    Atlanta Symphony Chorus
    Robert Shaw, conductor
    John Aler, tenor

    2. Dies Irae

  • Hector Berlioz - Requiem 2000

    1:50:45

    Prom 12
    23.07.2000, 7.30pm, Royal Albert Hall

    Hector Berlioz - Requiem (Grande messe des morts)

    Stuart Neill tenor
    Philharmonia Chorus
    Symphonic Voices
    Guildhall School of Music and Drama Choir
    Guildhall School of Music and Drama Orchestra
    Paris Conservatoire Choir
    Paris Conservatoire Orchestra
    Sir Colin Davis conductor

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  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 10. Agnus Dei

    13:21

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 10. Agnus Dei · Wandsworth School Boys Choir · London Symphony Chorus · London Symphony Orchestra · Sir Colin Davis

    Berlioz: Requiem; Symphonie funèbre et triomphale

    ℗ 1970 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 1985-12-03

    Producer, Recording Producer: Vittorio Negri
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts - Requiem et Kyrie

    12:24

    Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869):
    Grande Messe des Morts (1837)
    1. Requiem et Kyrie

    Monteverdichor Würzburg
    Thüringer Symphoniker Saalfeld-Rudolstadt
    Matthias Beckert (cond.)

    Live recording of the concert in the Neubaukirche, Würzburg on July 15, 2011.

    1. Kyrie et Gloria
    Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine:
    et lux perpetua luceat eis.

    Te decet hymnus, Deus in Sion,
    et tibi redetur votum in Jerusalem.
    Exaudi orationem meam,
    ad te omnis caro veniet.

    Requiem aeternam dona defunctis Domine:
    et lux perpetua luceat eis.

    Kyrie eleison.
    Christe eleison.
    Kyrie eleison.

  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 8. Hostias

    3:16

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 8. Hostias · The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus · The Cleveland Orchestra · Lorin Maazel

    Ultimate Berlioz

    ℗ 1979 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer: James Mallinson
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Stanley Goodall
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Colin Moorfoot
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Michael Mailes
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Hector Berlioz Grande Messe des Morts Requiem & Kyrie

    11:42

    Composer: Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)
    Opus: Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5
    Movement: I. Requiem aeternum & Kyrie

    London Symphony Chorus
    Wandsworth School Boys' Choir
    London Symphony Orchestra
    Sir Colin Davis

  • Berlioz - Requiem + Presentation

    1:31:22

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    Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) - Requiem, Op.5
    *Click to activate the English subtitles for the presentation* (00:00-05:52)
    Requiem - Kyrie (00:02)
    Dies irae - Tuba mirum (11:38)
    Quid sum miser (25:23)
    Rex tremendae (28:40)
    Quaerens me (35:36)
    Lacrymosa (40:49)
    Domine Jesu Christe (51:58)
    Hostias (1:02:57)
    Sanctus (1:06:41)
    Agnus Dei (1:18:00)

    London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
    Chorus master : Arthur Oldham
    Wandsworth School Boys’ Choir
    Chorus master : Rusell Burgess
    Ténor : Ronald Dowd
    Conductor : Sir Colin Davis
    Recorded in 1969
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    BERLIOZ : REQUIEM (commentaire complet : voir premier commentaire). L'artillerie „apocalyptique de Berlioz est utilisée avec économie. Il réserve ses cuivres pour certains moments particuliers par leur couleur ou leur virulence, et l'effet produit par ces moments vient précisément du fait qu'ils contrastent fortement avec la texture éminemment austère, presque âpre de l'oeuvre. La plupart du temps, les cors sont les seuls „cuivres opposés au large groupe des „bois. Un autre trait permanent de l'oeuvre est son alternance de grands moments dramatiques et de moments doux, de caractère intime. Chacun des parties faisant appel aux choeurs des cuivres est suivi par un mouvement recueilli, „religieux; de plus l'amplitude de la dynamique, à la fin des mouvements dramatiques, est réduite de façon à préparer la voie à la musique timide et contemplative du mouvement suivant.

    La longue et sombre courbe des phrases d'ouverture ‘Requiem-Kyrie’ détermine le caractère et l'envergure de l'oeuvre. Le tumulte du ‘Tuba mirum’ s'éteint en un murmure étouffé qui se prolonge dans la « pitoyable, fragmentaire désolation » du Quid sum miser (cors anglais et bassons auxquels répondent violoncelles et contrebasses ce qui semble suggérer la solitude de l'homme tapi dans l’univers vide de l’abime). La splendeur du ‘Rex tremendae’ s'efface en une douce prière qui nous prépare au calme rayonnement du ‘Quaerens me’.

    Le ‘Lacrymosa’, avec ses rythmes violents, en dents de scie et sa gigantesque modulation terminale, s'achève sur un diminuendo, que suivent les lignes d'une fluidité tranquille, l'ambiance recueillie, et la saveur modale de l’’Offertorium’. A première vue, la fugue stricte de l’Hosanna peut sembler en contradiction avec le contexte dramatique de l'oeuvre. Mais si elle est chantée, comme Berlioz le recommande, « Sans violence, en tenant bien les notes au lieu de les accentuer isolément », ses longues phrases en arcs et son harmonie statique revêtent un caractère apaisé, céleste, comme celui du choeur de louange sans fin des anges autour du trône de Dieu.

    L’’Agnus Dei’, puise la plus grande partie de son matériel dans l’’Hostias’ et dans le ‘Requiem-Kyrie’. D'un autre côté, la procédure consistant à reprendre, à la fin d'un Requiem, la musique du début a de respectables précédents et est satisfaisante: elle boucle la boucle de ce rituel ancien comme les âges. Et Berlioz ajoute une coda très belle et impressionnante, interrompant la musique du ‘Requiem aeternam’ juste avant les ’Kyrie eleison’ murmurés qui terminent le premier mouvement, et couronnant l'oeuvre par une série de solennels « Amen » encadrés par les lumineux arpèges des cordes semblant parcourir l'univers, tandis que les timbales battent sourdement une longue retraite.

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  • Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts - Tuba mirum

    7:05

    Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869):
    Grande Messe des Morts (1837)
    2. Dies irae, verses 3 - 6:
    - Tuba mirum

    Monteverdichor Würzburg
    Thüringer Symphoniker Saalfeld-Rudolstadt
    Matthias Beckert (cond.)

    Live recording of the concert in the Neubaukirche, Würzburg on July 15, 2011.

    Dies irae, verses 3 - 6:
    Tuba mirum spargens sonum
    Per sepulcra regionum,
    Coget omnes ante thronum.

    Mors stupebit et natura,
    Cum resurget creatura,
    Iudicanti responsura.

    Liber scriptus proferetur,
    In quo totum continetur,
    Unde mundus iudicetur.

    Iudex ergo cum sedebit,
    Quidquid latet apparebit:
    Nil inultum remanebit.

    English translation:
    Wondrous sound the trumpet flingeth;
    through earth's sepulchers it ringeth;
    all before the throne it bringeth

    Death is struck, and nature quaking,
    all creation is awaking,
    to its Judge an answer making

    Lo! the book, exactly worded,
    wherein all hath been recorded:
    thence shall judgment be awarded

    When the Judge his seat attaineth,
    and each hidden deed arraigneth,
    nothing unavenged remaineth.

    German translation:
    Laut wird die Posaune klingen,
    Durch der Erde Gräber dringen,
    Alle hin zum Throne zwingen.

    Schaudernd sehen Tod und Leben
    Sich die Kreatur erheben,
    Rechenschaft dem Herrn zu geben.

    Und ein Buch wird aufgeschlagen,
    Treu darin ist eingetragen
    Jede Schuld aus Erdentagen.

    Sitzt der Richter dann zu richten,
    Wird sich das Verborgne lichten;
    Nichts kann vor der Strafe flüchten.

  • Berlioz: Requiem : IV. Rex tremendae – John Nelson, Philharmonia Orchestra

    2:35

    On March 8th 2019, the 150th anniversary of Berlioz’s death, more than 300 musicians (including tenor Michael Spyres, the Philharmonia Orchestra, two choirs, and four brass bands) assembled in St Paul’s Cathedral in London under the baton of John Nelson to perform his mighty Requiem:

    As John Nelson has pointed out: “Berlioz, at the end of his life, said: ‘If I were threatened with the destruction of the whole of my works save one, I should crave mercy for the Grande Messe des Morts’… Berlioz was not a religious person, but one would never know it from his Requiem or his other religious works … They are all shot through with the fervour of his childhood’s Catholic upbringing.”

    The musical and spiritual experience offered by the Grande Messe des Morts was heightened by the environment of St Paul’s Cathedral, a symbol of London and one of the grandest churches in the world. The physical scale of the venue and the performance can be appreciated to the full in the DVD, directed by Sébastien Glas and produced by Idéale Audience, while the accompanying CD version of this landmark concert makes its musical, emotional, and spiritual impact in purely sonic terms.

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  • BERLIOZ Requiem Grande Messe des Morts

    1:24

    Paukenist Peter Elbertse over het Requiem van Berlioz
    Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest | Nederlands Kamerorkest

  • Berlioz - Grande Messe des Morts

    12:29

    Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts (Requiem) H. 75 (Op. 5)

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
    Atlanta Symphony Chorus
    Robert Shaw, conductor
    John Aler, tenor

    10. Agnus Dei

  • Berlioz- Requiem Agnus Dei

    13:49

  • Berlioz: Requiem : IX. Sanctus – Michael Spyres, John Nelson, Philharmonia

    2:07

    In March 2019, in honor of the 150th anniversary of Berlioz's death, John Nelson, Michael Spyres, and over 300 musicians gathered at St. Paul's Cathedral in London to perform his awe-inspiring Requiem. Discover:

    Every measure resonates deeply with me and I feel there is sincerity, even in the great moments of bombast, said John Nelson of the composition. Describing the live event, The Times wrote, The surpassing virtue of this performance … was that both aspects, the spine-shakingly spectacular and the heart-rendingly haunting, were allowed to make their impact.

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  • Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des morts

    1:28:41

    Paul McCreesh, Chetham's Symphonic Brass Ensemble, Gabrieli Consort & Players, Filharmonia im. Witolda Lutosławskiego we Wrocławiu & Chór NFM

    Requiem et Kyrie. Introitus. Chorus: ‘Requiem æternam dona eis, Domine’ • 11:14 Dies iræ. Prosa. Chorus: ‘Dies iræ, dies illa’ • 24:06 Quid sum miser. Chorus: ‘Quid sum miser, tunc dicturus’ • 27:38 Rex tremendæ. Chorus: ‘Rex tremendæ majestatis’ • 33:53 Quærens me. Chorus: ‘Quærens me, sedisti lassus’ • 38:02 Lacrymosa. Chorus: ‘Lacrymosa dies illa’ • 48:25 Offertorium. Chorus: ‘Domine Jesu Christe, rex gloriæ’ • 58:20 Hostias. Chorus: ‘Hostias et preces tibi laudis offerimus’ • 1:02:07 Sanctus. Tenor & Chorus: ‘Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus’ - Chorus: ‘Hosanna in excelsis!’ - Tenor & Chorus: ‘Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus’ - Chorus: ‘Hosanna in excelsis!’ • 1:14:57 Agnus Dei. Chorus: ‘Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi’

    Requiem & Kyrie

    Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, [Grant them rest eternal, Lord,]
    et lux perpetua luceat eis. [and may perpetual light shine on them.]

    Te decet hymnus, Deus in Sion, [To you praise is due upon Zion, O God,]
    et tibi reddetur votum [and to you vows will be made]
    in Jerusalem.
    Exaudi orationem meam, [Listen to my prayer,]
    ad te omnis caro veniet. [unto you all flesh shall come.]

    Requiem aeternam [Rest eternal]
    dona defunctis, Domine, [grant to the dead, Lord,]
    et lux perpetua luceat eis. [and may perpetual light shine on them.]

    Kyrie eleison. [Lord, have mercy.]
    Christe eleison. [Christ, have mercy.]
    Kyrie eleison. [Lord, have mercy.]

    11:14 Dies iræ

    Dies iræ, dies illa [Day of wrath, that day]
    Solvet saeclum in favilla… [When the world will dissolve in ashes…]

    Quantus tremor est futurus, [What trembling will there be,]
    Quando judex est venturus, [when the Judge shall come,]
    Cuncta stricte discussurus! [and everything will be shattered!]

    …Teste David cum Sibylla. […As foretold by David and the Sibyls.]

    Tuba mirum spargens sonum [the trumpet, spreading its wondrous sound]
    Per sepulchra regionum [to the tombs of every region,]
    Coget omnes ante thronum. [will gather all before the throne.]

    Mors stupebit et natura, [Death and all nature will both marvel,]
    Cum resurget creatura [when all creation arises]
    Judicanti responsura. [to answer before the judge.]

    Liber scriptus proferetur, [A book of writing will be brought forth,]
    In quo totum continetur, [in which everything is contained,]
    Unde mundus judicetur. [and by which the world will be judged.]

    Judex ergo cum sedebit, [When the Judge is seated,]
    Quidquid latet, apparebit. [whatever is hidden will be exposed.]
    Nil inultum remanebit. [Nothing will remain unavenged.]

    24:06 Quid sum miser

    Quid sum miser, tunc dicturus? [What am I, miserable one, then to say?]
    Quem patronum rogaturus, [Whose advocacy shall I entreat,]
    Cum vix justus sit securus? [when even the righteous are hardly secure?]

    Recordare Jesu pie, [Remember, merciful Jesus,]
    Quod sum causa tuae viae. [that your coming was for my sake.]
    Ne me perdas illa die. [Do not abandon me on that day.]

    Oro supplex et acclinis, [I pray, bowed and kneeling,]
    Cor contritum quasi cinis. [my heart contrite as ashes.]
    Gere curam mei finis. [Take care of me at the end.]

    27:38 Rex tremendæ

    Rex tremendæ majestatis, [King of fearful majesty,]
    Qui salvandos salvas gratis, [who freely saves the redeemed,]
    Salva me, fons pietatis. [save me, fount of mercy.]

    Recordare Jesu pie, [Remember, merciful Jesus,]
    Quod sum causa tuae viae. [that your coming was for my sake.]
    Ne me perdas illa die. [Do not abandon me on that day.]

    Confutatis maledictis, [Having silenced the accursed,]
    Flammis acribus addictis, [consigning them to acrid flames,]
    Voca me… [summon me…]
    …et de profundo lacu! […from the deepest pit!]

    Libera me de ore leonis, [Deliver me from the lion’s mouth,]
    Ne cadam in obscurum, [lest I fall into darkness,]
    Ne absorbeat me Tartarus. [lest hell’s abysses swallow me up.]

    33:53 Quærens me

    Quærens me, sedisti lassus. [Seeking me, you sat down exhausted.]
    Redemisti crucem passus. [You redeemed me by suffering the cross.]
    Tantus labor non sit cassus. [Such great labour should not be in vain.]

    Juste judex ultionis, [True judge of vengeance,]
    Donum fac remissionis [give me the gift of remission]
    Ante diem rationis. [before the day of accounting.]

    Ingemisco, tanquam reus… [I sigh as one accused…]
    Supplicanti parce Deus. [Spare the supplicant, O God.]
    Preces meae non sunct dignae, [My prayers are not worthy,]
    Sed tu bonus fac benigne, [but you, oh bounteous one, be merciful,]
    Ne perenni cremer igne. [lest I burn in eternal flames.]

    Qui Mariam absolvisti, [You who absolved Mary]
    Et latronem exaudisti, [and listened to the thief]
    Mihi quoque spem dedisti. [have therefore given me hope.]

    Inter oves locum presta, [Among the sheep grant me a place,]
    Et ab haedis me sequestra. [and separate me from the goats.]
    Statuens in parte dextra. [Set me on your right side.]

  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 4. Rex tremendae

    5:44

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 4. Rex tremendae · Ernst Senff Chor · Berliner Philharmoniker · James Levine

    The Berlioz Experience

    ℗ 1992 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer: Steven Paul
    Producer: Werner Mayer
    Associated Performer, Chorus Master: Ernst Senff
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 4. Rex tremendae

    6:57

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 4. Rex tremendae · Wandsworth School Boys Choir · London Symphony Chorus · London Symphony Orchestra · Sir Colin Davis

    Berlioz: Requiem; Symphonie funèbre et triomphale

    ℗ 1970 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 1985-12-03

    Producer, Recording Producer: Vittorio Negri
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - Sanctus

    9:08

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - Sanctus · Luciano Pavarotti · Wandsworth School Boys Choir · London Voices · The National Philharmonic Orchestra · Kurt Herbert Adler

    O Holy Night

    ℗ 1976 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2005-01-01

    Producer: Ray Minshull
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: James Lock
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: John Dunkerley
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 2. Dies irae - Tuba mirum

    13:46

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 2. Dies irae - Tuba mirum · Wandsworth School Boys Choir · London Symphony Chorus · London Symphony Orchestra · Sir Colin Davis

    Berlioz: Requiem; Symphonie funèbre et triomphale

    ℗ 1970 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 1985-12-03

    Producer, Recording Producer: Vittorio Negri
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Berlioz - Grande Messe des Morts

    12:15

    Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts (Requiem) H. 75 (Op. 5)

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
    Atlanta Symphony Chorus
    Robert Shaw, conductor
    John Aler, tenor

    7. Offertorium
    8. Hostias (8:38)

  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 5. Quaerens me

    4:31

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 5. Quaerens me · The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus · The Cleveland Orchestra · Lorin Maazel

    Ultimate Berlioz

    ℗ 1979 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer: James Mallinson
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Stanley Goodall
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Colin Moorfoot
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: I. Requiem and Kyrie

    12:29

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: I. Requiem and Kyrie · André Previn

    Berlioz: Grande Messe des morts

    ℗ 1981 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

    Conductor: André Previn
    Chorus: London Philharmonic Choir
    Orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Producer: Suvi Raj Grubb
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: II. Dies irae - Tuba mirum

    12:28

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    Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: II. Dies irae - Tuba mirum (Live) · John Nelson

    Berlioz: Requiem (Grande Messe des morts) (Live)

    ℗ 2019 Ascanio's Purse under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

    Chorus: Philharmonia Chorus
    Chorus: London Philharmonic Choir
    Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
    Conductor: John Nelson
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 7. Domine Jesu Christe

    10:59

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 7. Domine Jesu Christe · Wandsworth School Boys Choir · London Symphony Chorus · London Symphony Orchestra · Sir Colin Davis

    Berlioz: Requiem; Symphonie funèbre et triomphale

    ℗ 1970 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 1985-12-03

    Producer, Recording Producer: Vittorio Negri
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75 Requiem: I. Requiem et kyrie. Introït

    9:24

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75 Requiem: I. Requiem et kyrie. Introït (Live) · Seattle Symphony Chorale

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op. 5, H. 75 & La mort d'Orphée, H. 25 (Live)

    ℗ 2018 Seattle Symphony Media

    Released on: 2018-09-14

    Conductor: Ludovic Morlot
    Choir: Seattle Pro Musica
    Orchestra: Seattle Symphony
    Choir: Seattle Symphony Chorale
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Berlioz - Grande Messe des Morts

    11:58

    Hector Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts (Requiem) H. 75 (Op. 5)

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
    Atlanta Symphony Chorus
    Robert Shaw, conductor
    John Aler, tenor

    9. Sanctus

  • Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: I. Requiem - Kyrie

    9:53

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    Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: I. Requiem - Kyrie (Introït) (Live) · John Nelson

    Berlioz: Requiem (Grande Messe des morts) (Live)

    ℗ 2019 Ascanio's Purse under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

    Chorus: Philharmonia Chorus
    Chorus: London Philharmonic Choir
    Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
    Conductor: John Nelson
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75 Requiem: V. Quærens me

    4:24

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75 Requiem: V. Quærens me (Live) · Seattle Symphony Chorale

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op. 5, H. 75 & La mort d'Orphée, H. 25 (Live)

    ℗ 2018 Seattle Symphony Media

    Released on: 2018-09-14

    Conductor: Ludovic Morlot
    Choir: Seattle Pro Musica
    Orchestra: Seattle Symphony
    Choir: Seattle Symphony Chorale
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Requiem, Op. 5 Grande messe des morts: IX. Sanctus

    10:35

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    Requiem, Op. 5 Grande messe des morts: IX. Sanctus · Seiji Ozawa · Boston Symphony Orchestra · Hector Berlioz · Vinson Cole · Tanglewood Festival Chorus

    Berlioz Requiem

    ℗ 1994, BMG Music

    Released on: 1994-10-28

    Chorus Master: John Oliver

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  • Rolf Reuter dirigiert Berlioz : Grande Messe des Morts op.5

    1:24:20

    Hector Berlioz:
    Grosse Totenmesse op.5
    Michael Rabsilber - Tenor
    Rundfunkchor Berlin (Peter Fanger)
    Rundfunkchor Leipzig (Jörg-Peter Weigle)
    Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin
    Dirigent: Rolf Reuter
    22.01.1984

    01 00:00:02 Ansage
    02 00:01:00 Requiem et Kyrie
    03 00:13:18 Dies irae - Tuba mirum
    04 00:26:29 Quid sum miser
    05 00:29:47 Rex tremendae
    06 00:36:00 Quaerens me
    07 00:41:16 Lacrimosa
    08 00:51:00 Offertorium
    09 00:59:16 Hostias
    10 01:03:08 Sanctus
    11 01:12:22 Agnus Dei
    12 01:23:15 Beifall - Absage

  • Requiem, Op. 5 Grande messe des morts: III. Quid sum miser

    2:57

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    Requiem, Op. 5 Grande messe des morts: III. Quid sum miser · Seiji Ozawa · Boston Symphony Orchestra · Hector Berlioz · Tanglewood Festival Chorus

    Berlioz Requiem

    ℗ 1994, BMG Music

    Released on: 1994-10-28

    Chorus Master: John Oliver

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Lacrimosa

    9:45

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Lacrimosa · Michael Schade

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op. 5

    ℗ 1999 Naxos

    Released on: 1999-06-18

    Artist: Michael Schade
    Choir: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
    Choir: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir
    Conductor: Noel Edison
    Orchestra: Elora Festival Orchestra
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Requiem - Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5: X. Agnus Dei

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    Requiem - Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5: X. Agnus Dei · Hector Berlioz · Sir Thomas Beecham · Richard Lewis · Royal Philharmonic Orchestra · Royal Philharmonic Chorus

    Berlioz: Requiem - Grande Messe des Morts

    ℗ 2010 DiscoverClassicalMusic

    Released on: 2010-11-07

    Music Publisher: Saland Publishing

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  • Requiem - Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5: III. Quid sum miser

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    Requiem - Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5: III. Quid sum miser · Hector Berlioz · Sir Thomas Beecham · Richard Lewis · Royal Philharmonic Orchestra · Royal Philharmonic Chorus

    Berlioz: Requiem - Grande Messe des Morts

    ℗ 2010 DiscoverClassicalMusic

    Released on: 2010-11-07

    Music Publisher: Saland Publishing

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  • Grande messe des morts, H 75: I. Requiem et Kyrie

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    Grande messe des morts, H 75: I. Requiem et Kyrie · Hector Berlioz · Wroclaw Philharmonic Choir · Paul McCreesh · Gabrieli · Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra

    Berlioz: Grande Messe des Morts, 1837

    ℗ 2011 Signum Records

    Released on: 2011-09-02

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Lacrimosa

    10:33

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Lacrimosa · Keith Ikaia-Purdy

    Berlioz, H.: Requiem (Staatskapelle Dresden Edition, Vol. 20)

    ℗ 2008 Profil

    Released on: 2008-11-18

    Artist: Keith Ikaia-Purdy
    Choir: Dresden State Opera Chorus
    Choir: Dresden Symphony Chorus
    Choir: Dresden Singakademie
    Conductor: Colin Davis
    Orchestra: Dresden Staatskapelle
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Sanctus

    12:19

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Sanctus · Michael Schade

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op. 5

    ℗ 1999 Naxos

    Released on: 1999-06-18

    Artist: Michael Schade
    Choir: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
    Choir: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir
    Conductor: Noel Edison
    Orchestra: Elora Festival Orchestra
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: VIII. Offertoire - Hostias

    3:20

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    Grande Messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75: VIII. Offertoire - Hostias (Live) · John Nelson

    Berlioz: Requiem (Grande Messe des morts) (Live)

    ℗ 2019 Ascanio's Purse under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

    Chorus: Philharmonia Chorus
    Chorus: London Philharmonic Choir
    Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
    Conductor: John Nelson
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75 Requiem: IV. Rex tremendæ

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, H. 75 Requiem: IV. Rex tremendæ (Live) · Seattle Symphony Chorale

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op. 5, H. 75 & La mort d'Orphée, H. 25 (Live)

    ℗ 2018 Seattle Symphony Media

    Released on: 2018-09-14

    Conductor: Ludovic Morlot
    Choir: Seattle Pro Musica
    Orchestra: Seattle Symphony
    Choir: Seattle Symphony Chorale
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Dies irae

    11:40

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Dies irae · Nicolai Gedda

    Berlioz: Requiem

    ℗ 2012 ICA Classics

    Released on: 2012-06-05

    Artist: Nicolai Gedda
    Choir: North German Radio Chorus
    Choir: Cologne Radio Chorus
    Conductor: Dimitri Mitropoulos
    Orchestra: Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Dimitri Mitropoulos Live: Berlioz: Grande messe des morts

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    Chor der Wiener Staatsoper & Wiener Philharmoniker: Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor
    Salzburg Festival 15-08-1956

  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5 Requiem: Sanctus

    10:35

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5 Requiem: Sanctus · Orchestre du Théâtre national de l'Opéra de Paris, Choeur de la Radiodiffusion française, Hermann Scherchen, Jean Giraudeau

    Berlioz: Grande messe des morts (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1958 - BNF Collection 2013

    Released on: 1958-01-01

    Author: Anonymous
    Music Publisher: D.R
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Offertoire

    9:46

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    Grande messe des morts, Op. 5, Requiem: Offertoire · Nicolai Gedda

    Berlioz: Requiem

    ℗ 2012 ICA Classics

    Released on: 2012-06-05

    Artist: Nicolai Gedda
    Choir: North German Radio Chorus
    Choir: Cologne Radio Chorus
    Conductor: Dimitri Mitropoulos
    Orchestra: Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 - 2. Dies irae - Tuba mirum

    12:28

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    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts) - 2. Dies irae - Tuba mirum · Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks · Charles Münch · Bavarian Radio Chorus · Wolfgang Schubert

    Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5 (Grande Messe des Morts)

    ℗ 1968 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Hans Weber
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Hans-Peter Schweigmann
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Günter Hermanns
    Editor: Joachim Niss
    Composer: Hector Berlioz
    Author: Traditional

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    ℗ 2006 SWR Classic

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Choir: Leipzig Radio Chorus
    Orchestra: Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR
    Conductor: Roger Norrington
    Choir: SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart
    Artist: Toby Spence
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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    ℗ 2012 ICA Classics

    Released on: 2012-06-05

    Artist: Nicolai Gedda
    Choir: North German Radio Chorus
    Choir: Cologne Radio Chorus
    Conductor: Dimitri Mitropoulos
    Orchestra: Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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    ℗ 2015 Andromeda

    Released on: 2015-07-01

    Artist: Nicolai Gedda
    Choir: Hamburg Radio Chorus
    Choir: Cologne Radio Chorus
    Conductor: Dimitri Mitropoulos
    Orchestra: Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Composer: Hector Berlioz

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