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Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra & Thomas Hengelbrock

Author: C Major Entertainment

RCO: Hengelbrock conducts Schubert "Unfinished" & Mozart Requiem.

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    RCO: Hengelbrock conducts Schubert & Mozart © C Major Entertainment

  • RCO: Hengelbrock conducts Schubert & Mozart | Copyright: © C Major Entertainment

    RCO: Hengelbrock conducts Schubert & Mozart © C Major Entertainment

Conductor Thomas Hengelbrock performs classical repertoire as authentically as possible: one cannot get closer to the source. This is even more enjoyable with music the composer left unfinished, for whatever reason. Mozart composed his Requiem in the year of his death, a work which is as much about the life force as it is about reconciliation with death. With the vocal parts, he proved one last time just how brilliant his instincts were for drama and extraordinarily expressive melodies. Most of the orchestration had to be completed by others. Still today, the reasons behind the work’s genesis are shrouded in mystery. Even without the mystery, though, the Requiem is a work which truly touches everyone who hears it. Schubert’s Eighth Symphony also remained unfinished. No one knows why – after all, Schubert was never short on melodic miracles.

Title RCO: Hengelbrock conducts Schubert & Mozart
Genre Concert
Recording location Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 2017
Duration 90 mins
Production Company RCO, Unitel
Composer Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Orchestra / Band Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Conductor Thomas Hengelbrock
Choir Balthasar-Neumann-Chor
Soloist Katja Stuber, Marion Eckstein, Andreas Weller, Reinhard Mayr

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