#1
anyone here like requiems by classical composers? the Mozart Requiem an amazingly powerful and beautiful piece...i've become really fond of it lately...i'd want it performed at my funeral...


on that note, is it morbid to have it be the only song stuck in your head for the last few weeks?
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I recently had the great honour of being able to perform Mozart's Requiem in Carnegie Hall. I don't think I will have an experiance like that in my life again. It is a great piece of music. I also love Faure's Requiem. I definately recommend giving it a listen.
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#3
yes, i love Mozart's requiem!
beautiful beautiful beautiful

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I recently had the great honour of being able to perform Mozart's Requiem in Carnegie Hall. I don't think I will have an experiance like that in my life again. It is a great piece of music. I also love Faure's Requiem. I definately recommend giving it a listen.


whoa, that's amazing!
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I recently had the great honour of being able to perform Mozart's Requiem in Carnegie Hall. I don't think I will have an experiance like that in my life again. It is a great piece of music. I also love Faure's Requiem. I definately recommend giving it a listen.

wow, that's amazing...what did you play? or were you in the choir? either way, that's awesome. and i'll definitely check out Faure's Requiem.
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I was in the choir, 2nd Tenor if you must know.
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on that note, is it morbid to have it be the only song stuck in your head for the last few weeks?


It's my favourite piece of music, and it often creeps into my mind. I wouldn't say it's morbid to have it stuck in your head, because it's fucking beautiful. I'm quite amazed that I haven't become bored of it from the amount of time I've spent listening to it, whether as a recording or in my head. I usually have it as a soundtrack in my head when I've got a (controlled) day dream going.
#7
on one of the local classical radio stations, KUSC, they play live recorded performances from the Los Angeles Philharmonic. this Sunday they just played the Mozart Requiem live. amazing work...even just over the radio, through speakers, the music just transcends technology and effects you in a scary, cool way...i lied on my bed, closed my eyes, and stayed awake for the whole time, which is a feat for me especially considering the program was about an 1.25 hours.
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Mozart's Requiem is really the only requiem that has really blown me away. Aside from the Requiem of Spirit from Ocarina of Time, of course.
But yeah, Mozart's is incredible. But then again, it's Mozart. What from that guy isn't incredible?
#9
just interested...what's everyone's favorite movement of the Mozart Requiem?

mine would be Rex Tremendae...it sounds so regal (which would be appropriate for this movement), but haunting and extremely powerful. that or the Kyrie Eleison.
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