Indiana University Singers, Indiana University Chamber Orchestra, Betsy Burleigh, conductor, Michael Shell, narrator (2022-11-09).

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Burleigh, Betsy; Shell, Michael; Jeong, Jimin; Kinnebrew, Maggie; Lind, Alice; Elmore, Jonathan (Jonathan Thomas); Lauer, Noah; Bacani, Sarah Rachel; Hug, Marielle; Bowen, Elijah; Le, David (Singer); Yu, Cynthia; Outlaw, Maisah; Brereton, Conor; Harrah, Theo; Indiana University Singers; Indiana University Chamber Orchestra
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Filmed performances.; Live sound recordings.; Symphonies.; Music.; Funeral music.; Monologues (Music); Overtures.; Requiems.
Overtures; Symphonies; Masonic music; Funeral music; Orchestral music; Requiems; Monologues with music
Cook Music Library, Jacobs School of Music Performances
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Multiple languages; English; Latin
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Title from program.
Mozart requiem interspersed with readings between movements.

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Spoken in English or sung in Latin.


Michael Shell, narrator ; Indiana University Singers ; Indiana University Chamber Orchestra ; Betsy Burleigh, conductor ; Jimin Jeong, soprano (in the 3rd work) ; Maggie Kinnebrew, soprano (in the 3rd work) ; Alice Lind, alton (in the 3rd work) ; Jonathan Elmore, tenor (in the 3rd work) ; Noah Lauer, bass (in the 3rd work) ; Sarah Rachel Bacani, soprano (in the 3rd work) ; Marielle Hug, alto (in the 3rd work) ; Elijah Bowen, tenor (in the 3rd work) ; David Le, bass (in the 3rd work) ; Cynthia Yu, soprano (in the 3rd work) ; Maisah Outlaw, alto (in the 3rd work) ; Conor Brereton, tenor (in the 3rd work) ; Theo Harrah, bass (in the 3rd work).


Overture to L'amant anonyme (Symphony in D major, op. 11 no. 2 (1779) / Joseph Bologne de Saint-Georges -- Maurerische Trauermusik, K. 477 (1785) / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- Requiem in D minor K. 626 (1791). Introitus : requiem aeternam ; Kyrie ; Sequentia (Dies irae ; Tuba mirum ; Rex tremendae ; Recordare ; Confutatis ; Lacrymosa) ; Offertorium (Domine Jesu ; Hostias) ; Reprise: sequentia (excerpt) ; Lacrymosa (fragment) / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- Ave verum corpus, K.618 (1791) / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Venue/Event Date

Recorded live: 2022 November 09, Auer Concert Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 20526207; OCLC: ocn1422546095; OCLC: 1422546095; Other: vae3998

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