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Mozart's RequiemClassical music and Opera
12/13/2017

In the last year of his life, Mozart not only offered the world his unfinished Requiem, but also The Magic Flute, Clemenza di Tito, the Clarinet Concerto, the Ave Verum Corpus motet, the last of his piano concertos (no. 27), various lieder, minuets, dances and contredances for orchestra, and many other pieces.

The unfinished Requiem adds the finishing touch to his wonderful oeuvre. The fact that it is unfinished serves to remind us that nature always has the last word, beyond our hopes and expectations. Gianandrea Noseda, principal guest conductor with the Mariinsky for many years, guest conductor with the London Symphony, and chief conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra and the Cadaqués Orchestra, understands that the Mozart's Requiem is much more than just a beautiful work. Right from the very first bar the Requiem gives humanity a metaphysical dimension and expresses a desire for fraternity.

Conductor: Gianadrea Noseda.
Orquestra de Cadaqués.

Program:
Josep Pla: Stabat Mater in E flat major
W. A. Mozart: Requiem in D minor, KV626

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