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 Post subject: MOZART
PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 2:44 am 
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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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I recommend starting with number 9 and working your way forward, then back.


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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If you want to be a little more selective, 20-25 are the most essential concertos


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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Dreww, you are my hero. Glassjoe, you are a useful human being and have proved to me that your life is worthwhile and with purpose.


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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Does anyone know what parts of the Requiem were actually written by Mozart and which were by Sussmayr? That has continually eluded me


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam Composed and fully orchestrated by Mozart

II. Kyrie eleison Vocal parts and continuo written by Mozart, orchestral parts written by Süssmayr based on sketches by Mozart (somewhat contested)

III. Sequentia
Dies irae Vocal parts and continuo written by Mozart, orchestral parts written by Süssmayr based on sketches by Mozart (somewhat contested)
Tuba mirum Vocal parts and continuo written by Mozart, orchestral parts written by Süssmayr based on sketches by Mozart (somewhat contested)
Rex tremendae majestatis Vocal parts and continuo written by Mozart, orchestral parts written by Süssmayr based on sketches by Mozart (somewhat contested)
Recordare, Jesu pie Vocal parts and continuo written by Mozart, orchestral parts written by Süssmayr based on sketches by Mozart (somewhat contested)
Confutatis maledictis Vocal parts and continuo written by Mozart, orchestral parts written by Süssmayr based on sketches by Mozart (somewhat contested)
Lacrimosa dies illa First nine bars written by Mozart, rest of the movement composed by Süssmayr, possibly based on sketches by Mozart (contested)

IV. Offertorium:
Domine Jesu Christe Vocal parts composed by Mozart, orchestral parts composed by Süssmayr
Versus: Hostias et preces Vocal parts composed by Mozart, orchestral parts composed by Süssmayr

V. Sanctus:
Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth Composed by Süssmayr
Benedictus Composed by Süssmayr

VI. Agnus Dei Composed by Süssmayr

VII. Communio:
Lux aeterna Composed by Süssmayr, based on the introitus written by Mozart

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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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Awesome! Where did you find that?


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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I wrote it based on the information I found in the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Requiem_%28Mozart%29 article.

Btw, I forgot to mention that one Joseph von Eybler possibly contributed to the score, notably on the Lacrimosa and the instrumentation in the Sequentia.


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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i dig... that's actually one of the best mozart pieces i've ever heard!


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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Sometimes I get bored of Mozart's music, it just strikes me as pleasant and nicely written but a bit light. And then I listen to the beginning of that quartet, or the 20th Piano Concerto or the Requiem...


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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Don-Alexei wrote:
Sometimes I get bored of Mozart's music, it just strikes me as pleasant and nicely written but a bit light. And then I listen to the beginning of that quartet, or the 20th Piano Concerto or the Requiem...

I agree. Mozart is an artist who wrote a lot of amazing pieces of art that show how gifted a composer he was. But you also have stuff like that bloody sonata I am currently forced to play on the piano. I'll never be able to play that thing. I'm quite simply not able to practice it longer than about five minutes before it annoys the hell out of me and I have to stop, for otherwise I'd do horrible things to the piano or anything else in my reach.


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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Yes I was thinking of those piano sonatas. Plus everything has to be perfect. I think Schnabel once said Mozart is too easy for children and too hard for adults. Richter said he's just too plain difficult.


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 Post subject: Re: MOZART
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What do ya'll think of Robert Newman?


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