Agnus Dei Mozart Requiem


Bow Valley Chorus performing Agnus Dei from the Mozart Requiem. 2006

25 Responses to “Agnus Dei Mozart Requiem”

  1. Guilherme0496 Says:

    @jeanlfelipe VERY similar, i

  2. raleighsquare Says:

    superb performance and presentation. I dont mean to detract from it, but it’s too bad they had to read it from books – go view K. 618 with Bernstein.

  3. demonizer123 Says:

    @jeanlfelipe So it is Spanish and Italian.

  4. jeanlfelipe Says:

    @demonizer123 portuguese is very similar to Latin. . .

  5. Nonie46 Says:

    @demonizer123 Latin was the universal language of the Catholic Church before the reforms introduced by Vatican II. However, the world had ended the age of colonialism. That’s the reason why Latin is no longer the universal language. As for English, it is not a Church language. English fits the universal language of COMMERCE.

  6. untorrente Says:

    In the vice of the Latin language Interlingua esserea perfecte per homines hodierne.Interlingua es of the modern Latin grammar with a winnable (mesmo very easy) and a vocabulary to understand at first educated pro personas. Learns interlingua.

  7. HerlockSholmes123 Says:

    I finally understand why I always disliked Agnus Dei, Benedictus, and Sanctus from Mozart’s Requiem. It’s because none of them were composed by Mozart. Sussmayer admitted later on that he added these parts himself. And you can easily see the superiority of the parts Mozart himself composed. I wish he stayed alive long enough to finish the Requiem.

  8. LeeLa390 Says:

    Beautiful!

  9. Arielle24ify Says:

    very beautiful.

  10. WonderTwin11 Says:

    @ElFisggon quizas pero no tengo clase de espanol y no estoy muy fluido. Everything I know is what I learned in highschool and since I graduated last year, I haven’t used spanish since. I think I might take it up as a class next semester in college.

  11. ElFisggon Says:

    I always thought that requiems and funeral music is pure and absolute comfort for the living. But Mozart actually created a work for the dead, which are the true protagonists of the mass.

  12. tomab17 Says:

    Two moments absolutely stirring:1’30 and 2’54. Wonderful

  13. hXc232 Says:

    @barriehomeboy well essentially many composers would hire an orchestrator purely because they were/are often too busy with tight deadlines and frequent performances etc, so they would write the inital score, usually for the solo instrument but sometimes for a couple of instruments, and an orchestrator works with the motifs to flesh it out for a full orchestra, but i amn’t actually entirely sure if Mozart used one, he is a famously prodigious musician with supposedly eidetic memory so

  14. barriehomeboy Says:

    @hXc23 I’m not a musical type person. Well, I can play by ear, but that doesn’t mean I know anything about writing an opera. You seem to be knowledgeable though, and maybe can enlighten me. What’s the difference between writing music and orchestrating it? In the movie, when Mozart is writing his requiem on his deathbed, saying the altos will do this etc to Salieri, was that just Hollywood magic? I’m not sure what you’re saying.

  15. hXc232 Says:

    @barriehomeboy generally writing classical music doesnt work like that, they would write out the music then get someone else to orchestrate it

  16. koledy123 Says:

    Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi:Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world,dona eis requiem. grant them rest. Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi:Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world,dona eis requiem. grant them rest. Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi. Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world,dona eis requiem sempiternam. grant them eternal rest.

  17. koledy123 Says:

    Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi:Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world,dona eis requiem. grant them rest. Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi:Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world,dona eis requiem. grant them rest. Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi. Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world,dona eis requiem sempiternam. grant them eternal rest.

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  19. 99Lundinator99 Says:

    Great bit of music by Franz Sussmayr here

  20. aguador67 Says:

    @Elainelps0421 Even someone say that Mozart and Salieri were friends, not enemies :S

  21. RedRobin84 Says:

    @LukyBowler : It’s my opinion. You may be rude ten thousand times, and it changes nothing ;)

  22. IsraelShine Says:

    Ahhhh, beautiful. . . . just beautifuuuul

  23. iSlave1 Says:

    bliss

  24. locomotifx Says:

    @Elainelps0421 Yeah; the play is called Amadeus too. He’s a very gifted playwright (Schaffer); perhaps ‘Equus’ would be his finest work (wish i knew how to italicise here!).

  25. Elainelps0421 Says:

    @locomotifx No, I’ve never seen the play. I didn’t know there was a play before the movie. . . interesting.

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