Lacrimosa (III. Sequentia) from Mozart's Requiem with Latin lyrics and English translation and my drawing. Slovak philharmonic orchestra and choir The translations are not mine, they come from CD booklet + some translations found on the internet.
Requiem in D Minor, K. 626: 3. Sequentia: Lacrimosa The Requiem Mass in D minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was composed in Vienna in 1791 and left unfinished at the composer's death on December 5. Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chorus, Sir Neville Marriner & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
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The second video for "Lacrymosa" is finally here! Here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnBCLOwjYMA What inspired Amy about "Lacrymosa" "I saw Amadeus when I was nine years old and fell in love with Mozart. The part of Mozart's Requiem called "Lacrimosa" is my favorite piece of music ever. I always wished we could cover it, but with programming and guitars and make it cool. It's our moment to try all the things I wanted to and couldn't, so I started messing with it in Protools. Terry wrote some riffs and turned it into this awesome metal epic". Meanings: Lacrimosa= From the latin language meaning "flowing tears" or "full of tears" Dona eis requiem= A song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person. This is off of Evanescences album The Open Door! This is for enjoyment purposes only. I hope you enjoy it!! ***Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use/s*** **I DO NOT OWN THE LYRICS, SONG, OR PICTURES... ALL RIGHTS GO TO THEIR CREATORS/ARTISTS** ---COMMENT, RATE, SUBSCRIBE---
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Mozart - Lacrimosa
From: I Was Once (Oh) Lyrics: He's not a parrot and he thinks he's a pie But he's just a perfume wearing dotted yellow line And I respect that And, "there are some mornings when the sky looks like a road," she says And how I wish I'd walked along that road to your house And I regret that 'Cause tucked through doors in water Through windows in the sky There's a boy who wants me to say something pretty And I can't to save my life A balloon stuck in a tree Is a sad song let go of the string Up, up, and away Bursting in your face, your face No bread, bread box, dead brain, brain pox You didn't drink your brain away, you locked it in a box And I want to find it And I can do it on my own Men aren't compasses, I know And I hate it 'Cause for him two lonely people only double something sad But I really think two lonely people cut lonely in half And a solid yellow line is just two dotted yellow lines And a boy as good as you is something I can't define And that's why I can't say what I need to say But I hope this has been pretty anyway
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem in D minor (K.626) -- Live Version. I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (choir with soprano solo) (0:00) II. Kyrie (choir) (5:28) III. Sequentia: - Dies irae (choir) (7:55) - Tuba mirum (solo quartet) (10:02) - Rex tremendae majestatis (choir) (13:47) - Recordare, Jesu pie (solo quartet) (16:22) - Confutatis maledictis (choir) (22:13) - Lacrimosa dies illa (choir) (24:32) * IV. Offertorium: - Domine Jesu Christe (choir with solo quartet) (27:48) - Versus: Hostias et preces (choir) (31:23) V. Sanctus & Benedictus: - Sanctus (choir) (35:46) - Benedictus (solo quartet and choir) (37:46) VI. Agnus Dei (choir) (42:50) VII. Communio: - Lux aeterna (soprano solo and choir) (46:03)
Principal Conductor of the English Symphony Orchestra, Kenneth Woods, reveals some of the layers of meaning hidden in the opening bars of the Agnus Dei from Mozart's Requiem. The ESO will be performing the Mozart Requiem on the 24th of April at St John's Smith Square. Tickets are available here: http://www.sjss.org.uk/events/mozarts-requiem-origins Concert information: 24 April, 2014 7:30 PM English Symphony Orchestra Kenneth Woods- principal conductor St John’s Smith Square Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA Academia Musica Choir Sofia Larsson- soprano, Emma Curtis- contralto, Matthew Minter-tenor, Brain Bannatyne-Scott- bass Handel- Alleleuia from Dettingen Anthem WF Bach- Adagio from Sinfonia in D Minor Handel- Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline, The Ways of Zion do MournMozart- Requiem in D minor Tickets £20, £15, £10. %25 discount for seniors, %50 discount for students/children BOX OFFICE- St John’s Smith Square http://www.sjss.org.uk/events/mozarts-requiem-origins Sponsored by All Pay Mozart’s Requiem has been shrouded in mystery and rumour since it was first published. Commissioned by an anonymous stranger and completed for performance after Mozart’s death under controversial circumstances, the Requiem is also a work with a complex and intricate connection to Mozart’s musical forebears. ESO Principal Conductor Kenneth Woods takes listeners on a journey of discovery into the origins of Mozart’s last and greatest work, heard here alongside some of the works Mozart turned to for inspiration in the final weeks of his life. http://eso.co.uk http://kennethwoods.net