Seattle Symphony – Berlioz: Requiem, Op. 5, H. 75 & La mort d’Orphée, H. 25 (Live)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz  | Time – 01:28:48 minutes | 1,48 GB | Genre: Classical
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Renowned for his interpretation of the French repertoire, Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot and the orchestra are joined by acclaimed tenor Kenneth Tarver, a voice of considerable beauty and freedom (Washington Post) in a masterful performance of Hector Berlioz s momentous Requiem. The first performance of Hector Berlioz s Grande messe des morts, or Requiem, took place in Paris in 1837. It was one of the high points of its author s career, but this triumph did not come easily. Still in his early 30s, Berlioz was widely considered the untamed radical among French composers, and the conservative bureaucrats who controlled the Paris Opera, the Conservatoire and other musical institutions saw fit to place obstacles in his path whenever they could. Kenneth Tarver is considered one of the outstanding Bel Canto tenors of his generation, acknowledged for his beauty of tone, virtuosic technique, extensive and even vocal range, coupled with an attractive and elegant stage presence.