Show simple item record
dc.titleA Requiem: Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and Death in Music and Text
dc.typePerformance History
dc.coverage.season2009-10 Season
dc.description.projectGrand Classics 9
dc.type.eventArchival Recording
dc.coverage.venueHeinz Hall
dc.coverage.venuecountryUnited States of America
dc.contributor.conductorHoneck, Manfred Maria
dc.contributor.orchestraPittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
dc.contributor.composerMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
dc.description.movementsMaurierische Trauermusik in C Minor, KV 477; Ave verum corpus KV 618; Lacrimosa (fragment); Three Bell Strokes; Three Bell Strokes; I Have Forgotten (Michael May); Requiem aeternam dona eis (Gregorian chant); Letter from Mozart to his father, April 4, 1787; Domine, exaudi orationem meam (Gregorian chant); Laudate Dominum from Vesparae solennes de Confessore KV 339; In quacumque die invocavero te (Gregorian chant); Who Knows Where the Stars Stand (Nelly Sachs); When in Late Spring (Nelly Sachs); Book of Revelations 6: 8-17 (Biblical reading); Requiem:; Christus factus est pro nobis (Gregorian chant); Book of Revelations 21: 1-7 (Biblical reading); IV. Offertorium - Domine Jesu; Requiem:; II. Kyrie; I. Introitus; III. Sequenz; Requiem:; Dies Irae; Tuba mirum; Rex tremendae; Recordare; Confutatis; Lacrimosa; Hostias
dc.contributor.soloistShrader, Alek
dc.format.collectionnoAAVPR 20091205 20:00 A1c2/2

Files in this item


There are no files associated with this item.

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

  • Performance History
    Use the Performance History to search for information about past Pittsburgh Symphony performances.

Show simple item record