Netherlands Bach Society Requiem

Requiem

Netherlands Bach Society

Hi-Res 24-bit – 192 kHz

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on September 7, 2018 by Channel Classics Records

Main artist: Netherlands Bach Society

Genre: Classical > Sacred Vocal Music

Distinctions: Hi-Res Audio (March 2012)

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Album : 1 disk - 16 tracks Total length : 00:55:06

    Introitus (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  1. 1 Introitus

  2. Kyrie
  3. 2 Kyrie

  4. Sequenz
  5. 3 Dies irea

  6. 4 Tuba mirum

  7. 5 Rex tremendae

  8. 6 Recordare

  9. 7 Confutatis

  10. 8 Lacrimosa

  11. Offertorium
  12. 9 Domine Jesu

  13. 10 Hostias

  14. Sanctus
  15. 11 Sanctus

  16. Benedictus
  17. 12 Benedictus

  18. Agnus Dei
  19. 13 Agnus Dei

  20. Communio
  21. 14 Lux eterna

  22. Introitus (Johann Christian Bach)
  23. 15 Introitus

  24. Kyrie
  25. 16 Kyrie

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Specializing in classical music, the Dutch label Channel Classics Records was founded in 1990 by C.Jared Sacks, a young American born in Boston, Massachusetts. Sacks obtained a complete musical education (receiving lessons on trumpet, piano, composition and conducting) at Oberlin Conservatory and then at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, alongside gaining fifteen years of experience as a hornist. Then, in 1987, Sacks decided to focus more fully on his long-time hobby, sound recording, a passion that had driven him for many years. Due to his frustration at the fact that many classical interpretations were not as well recorded as he wished them to be, he decided to crea...

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