Annotation

Label on spine: Telarc
Label on front, back & disc: Telarc Digital

Annotation last modified on 2017-04-09 09:43 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Requiem: Dies Irae / Tuba Mirum
Giuseppe Verdi 4:24
2 Requiem: Pie Jesu
Maurice Duruflé 3:52
3 Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Carl Orff 3 5:20
4 Requiem: Dies Irae / Rex Tremendae / Confutatis / Lacrimosa
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 10:11
5 Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances
Alexander Borodin 11:46
6 Mass in B Minor: Kyrie Eleison
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:30
7 Messiah: Hallelujah Chorus
Georg Friedrich Händel 3:46
8 L'Enfance du Christ: The Shepherd's Farewell
Hector Berlioz 3:31
9 Requiem: Sanctus
Gabriel Fauré 3:33
10 The Creation: The Heavens Are Telling
Joseph Haydn 4:04
11 "Va, Pensiero" (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves)
Giuseppe Verdi 5:12
12 Vespers: "Nyne Otpushchayeshi" (Now Let Thy Servant Depart)
Sergei Rachmaninov 4:07
13 Requiem: Dies Irae
Hector Berlioz 12:17

Credits

CD 1

composed in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1747 – 1749) (track 6)
harpsichord:
Layton James (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
arranger:
Maurice Duruflé (1961) (track 2)
assistant producer:
Elaine Martone (engineer) (tracks 3, 12)
bass vocals:
James Morris (operatic bass-baritone) (track 9)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Boy Choir (track 3)
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus (tracks 1–6, 8–9, 11, 13)
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (tracks 8, 13)
Joseph Haydn (track 10)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1741) (track 7)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791) (tracks 4, 4, 4, 4)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (1841) (track 11)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (1874) (tracks 1, 1)
Gabriel Fauré (1886 – 1900) (track 9)
Carl Orff (1936) (tracks 3, 3)
Maurice Duruflé (1947) (track 2)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (tracks 1–6, 8–13)
Robert Shaw (conductor) (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
editor:
Rosalind Ilett (Telarc editor) (track 12)
engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc) (tracks 3, 12)
librettist:
Temistocle Solera (track 11)
lyricist:
Hector Berlioz (track 8)
miscellaneous support:
Thomas Knab (editor) (track 12)
John Newton (editor, engineer mixer) (track 12)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (tracks 1–3, 5–6, 9)
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
orchestrator:
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer) (tracks 3, 12)
Robert Woods (classical producer) (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
recorded by:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc) (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
solo violin:
William Preucil (track 9)
soprano vocals:
Judith Blegen (track 9)
Susan Dunn (track 1)
tenor vocals:
John Aler (track 13)
Karl Dent (track 12)
publisher:
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1978-06-19 – 1978-06-20) (track 5)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1980-11-16 – 1980-11-18) (track 3)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1984-11-10 – 1984-11-12) (track 13)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1985-11-25 – 1986-05-24) (track 2)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1986-02-10 – 1986-02-11) (track 4)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1987-04-11 – 1987-04-14) (tracks 1, 11)
Eglise Saint-Pierre de Gramat in Gramat, Lot, France (1989-07-26 – 1989-07-28) (track 12)
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1992-05-02 – 1992-05-05) (track 10)
compiled in:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Nabucco: Atto III. "Va, pensiero" (Coro) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
Nunc dimittis (track 12)
The Wounds of Fate (track 3)
is the basis for:
Lacrymosa (track 4)
later translated versions:
later versions:
The Mass (track 3)
part of:
Nabucco: Atto III (track 11)
Messa da requiem: II. Dies irae (full sequenza) (tracks 1, 1)
Polovtsian Dances (from Prince Igor, completed after Borodin's death, ca. 1890) (track 5)
Requiem, op. 48 (track 9)
Requiem, op. 9 (for choir, organ and reduced orchestra (1961)) (track 2)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (catch-all for unknown editions) (tracks 4, 4, 4, 4)
parts:
recording of:
Polovtsian Dances no. 17, “Polovtsian Dance with Chorus” (1978-06-19 – 1978-06-20) (track 5)
Carmina Burana: Fortuna Imperatrix mundi: Ⅰ. O Fortuna (1980-11-16 – 1980-11-18) (track 3)
Messiah, HWV 56: Part II, no. 44. “Hallelujah” (Chorus) (1983-12-18 – 1983-12-20) (track 7)
Requiem, op. 5: II. Dies Irae (1984-11-10 – 1984-11-12) (track 13)
Requiem, op. 48: III. Sanctus (1985-11-25 – 1986-05-24) (track 9)
Requiem, op. 9: V. Pie Jesu (for choir, organ and reduced orchestra (1961)) (1985-11-25 – 1986-05-24) (track 2)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: a. Dies irae (catch-all for unknown editions) (1986-02-10 – 1986-02-11) (track 4)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: c. Rex tremendae majestatis (catch-all for unknown editions) (1986-02-10 – 1986-02-11) (track 4)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: e. Confutatis maledictis (catch-all for unknown editions) (1986-02-10 – 1986-02-11) (track 4)
Requiem in D minor, K. 626: III. Sequenz: f. Lacrimosa dies illa (catch-all for unknown editions) (1986-02-10 – 1986-02-11) (track 4)
Messa da requiem: IIa. Dies irae: Dies irae (1987-04-11 – 1987-04-14) (track 1)
Messa da requiem: IIb. Dies irae: Tuba mirum (1987-04-11 – 1987-04-14) (track 1)
Nabucco: Atto III, Scena IV. "Va, pensiero" (Coro) (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves) (1987-04-11 – 1987-04-14) (track 11)
referred to in medleys:

Release

copyrighted by: Conifer Records (1993)
phonographic copyright by: TELARC International Corporation (1993)
ASIN: UK: B001GF6WHI [info]
Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/release/4396693 [info]