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Bruckner - Requiem / Four Orchestral Pieces

Bruckner - Requiem / Four Orchestral Pieces
Performer: Bruckner
Title: Requiem / Four Orchestral Pieces
Country: Australia
Genre: Classical
Style:Romantic
Released: Aug 1974
Catalog number: S/6546, S-6546
Label: The Record Society, World Record Club
MP3 album szie: 2647 mb
FLAC album size: 1195 mb

Tracklist

1Requiem In D Minor
2Benedictus
3Quam Olim Abrahae
4Moderato E Flat Major
5Hostias Et Preces
6Cum Sanctis Tuis
7March D Minor
8E Minor
9Four Orchestral Pieces
10Dies Irae
11Requiem Aeturnam
12Requiem Aeternum
13Sanctus
14Agnus Dei
15Domine Jesu Christi
16F Major

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UNC D 0210Anton Bruckner Requiem In D Minor ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel)Unicorn Records UNC D 0210US1979
UNS 210Anton Bruckner Requiem & Four Orchestral Pieces ‎(LP, Album)Unicorn Records UNS 210UK1970
UNS 210Anton Bruckner Requiem In D Minor ‎(LP)Unicorn Records UNS 210UKUnknown
S/6546, S-6546Bruckner Requiem / Four Orchestral Pieces ‎(LP, Album, Club, RE)The Record Society, The Record Society, World Record ClubS/6546, S-6546Australia1976

Credits

  • Bass TromboneJohn Pritchard
  • Bass VocalsColin Wheatley
  • ChoirThe Alexandra Choir
  • ConductorCharles Proctor, Hans-Hubert Schönzeler
  • Contralto VocalsSylvia Swan
  • HornRonald Harris
  • Liner NotesHans-Hubert Schonzeler
  • OrchestraThe London Philharmonic Orchestra
  • OrganRobert Munns
  • Soprano VocalsBarbara Yates
  • Tenor VocalsJohn Steel
  • Trombone [Tenor Trombone]Colin Busby, Derek James

Notes

"A UNICORN recording, released in Australia exclusively by The Record Society, a division of World Record Club."

Australian WRC pressing for the Record Society, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Back of sleeve has WRC and Record Society logos. "S/6546" on sleeve, "S-6546" on Record Society brown 'herald' labels. Laminate strip present down the right side of the rear of the sleeve. There are at least two versions - this one, with a magenta/brown cover and pink back, and one with a sepia cover and beige back. The laminate strip here indicates the earlier pressing.

The Record Society: Registered Office - 605 Camberwell Road, Hartwell, Victoria, 3124.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): UNS210-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): UNS210-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout - stamped): YTX7853 UNS210A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout - stamped): N YTX7854-2 UNS210 B

Companies

  • Record Company – The Record Society (Aust.) Pty. Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Unicorn Records

Short intro

The Four Orchestral Pieces Vier Orchesterstücke are four short orchestral pieces, which Anton Bruckner composed in the fall of 1862 during his tuition with Otto Kitzler. During the summer of 1862, when studying with Otto Kitzler in Linz, Bruckner composed his first instrumental work, the String Quartet in C minor. Thereafter, Kitzler asked him to orchestrate the opening of the first movement of Beethoven's Sonate pathétique. In the fall of the same year, Bruckner tried his hand at own orchestral. The Requiem in D minor, WAB 39, is a Missa pro defunctis composed by Anton Bruckner in 1849. The Requiem in D minor, a setting of the Missa pro defunctis for mixed choir, vocal soloists, three trombones, one horn, strings and organ with figured bass, was composed by Bruckner in memory of Franz Sailer, the notary of the St. Florian Monastery, who bequeathed Bruckner a Bösendorfer piano. The Requiem was premiered on 15 September 1849 in the St. Florian Monastery, a year after Sailer's death. A second. Anton Bruckner Composer, Charles Proctor Conductor, Hans-Huber tSchonzeler Conductor, London Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra, The Alexandra Choir Vocals, Barbara Yates Soprano, Sylvia Swan Contralto, John Steel Tenor, Colin Wheatley Bass & 6 more. inproceedingsAnderson1971RequiemID, title Requiem in D Minor Four Orchestral Pieces, author Robert H. Anderson and Bruckner and Soloists and Alexandra Choir and Lpo and Schonzeler, year 1971 . Robert H. Anderson, Bruckner, 3 authors Schonzeler. Published 1971. View via Publisher. Save to Library. Create Alert. Album 2017 8 Songs. By Anton Bruckner. 3 Pieces, WAB 97: No. 2, Allegro non troppo. 3, Andante con moto. For buy album Anton Bruckner - Bruckner: Symphony No. 1 & 4 Orchestral Pieces please follow to music stores. If we have other releases and albums Anton Bruckner you can see it on this page. All music content by Anton Bruckner is presented for reference only. All new music by Anton Bruckner. Anton Bruckner. Klemperer Rarities: Amsterdam, Vol. Finale: Bewegt, feurig. Gustavo Gimeno, Orchestre philharmonique du Luxembourg. March in D minor WAB 96. Three Pieces for Orchestra WAB 97. Anton Bruckner: ein Lebens- und Schaffens-Bild, Band 3, Teil 2 Regensburg: Gustav Bosse, 1930. Public Domain - Non-PD EU. black and white images re-sampled to 600dpi. IAB 81. 3 pieces. Moderato in E major. Andante in E minor. Moderato con moto in F major. YearDate of CompositionYD of Comp. 1862 - Linz. First Performance. Matthew Best, Corydon Singers. Bruckner: Requiem. Hmm, it looks like we dont know much about this album. Can you help us out Add artwork. Start the wiki. Tag this album. Do you have the artwork for this album Add artwork. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Do you know what kind of music this is