Britten: War Requiem [Remastered] - Benjamin Britten (spoken word); Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone); Galina Vishnevskaya (spoken word);...
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  1. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66
  2. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Requiem aeternam. Rehearsal
  3. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Dies irae. Rehearsal of the opening section
  4. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Dies irae. Discussion in the control room between Britten and Galina Vishne
  5. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Dies irae. Rehearsal of end of movement
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  1. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66
  2. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Requiem aeternam. Rehearsal
  3. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Dies irae. Rehearsal of the opening section
  4. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Dies irae. Discussion in the control room between Britten and Galina Vishne
  5. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Dies irae. Rehearsal of end of movement
  6. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Offertorium. Rehearsal
  7. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Sanctus. Rehearsal
  8. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Sanctus. Discussion in the control room between Britten and Galina Vishnevs
  9. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Agnus Dei. Discussion in the control room between Britten, Peter Pears and
  10. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Libera me. Discussion in the control room between Britten and John Culshaw
  11. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Libera me. Rehearsal
  12. War Requiem, for soprano, tenor, baritone, boys' voices, chorus, chamber orchestra, orchestra & organ, Op. 66: Rehearsing War Requiem. Libera me. Rehearsal of closing page
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What can be said about Britten's War Requiem that hasn't already been said? That it is brilliantly composed, endlessly fascinating, and profoundly affecting? That it is lyrically heartrending, musically heartbreaking, and emotionally devastating? That it is the single most persuasive setting of the Requiem text of the twentieth century? That is the single most compelling reason to be a pacifist that's ever been put to music? It's all been said before.What can be said about Britten's own recording that hasn't already been ...

Britten: War Requiem [Remastered] 2006, Decca

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