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
► Get our albums: https://smarturl.it/TPG_ALBUMS ► WE'RE ON TOUR! https://smarturl.it/tpgtour ► DOWNLOAD THIS SONG: https://smarturl.it/UNCHARTED-Deluxe ► GET THE SHEET MUSIC: https://smarturl.it/Uncharted_sheetmusic ________________________ ► Apple Music/iTunes - https://smarturl.it/TPGAppleMusic ► Spotify - https://smarturl.it/TPGCatalog ► Amazon - https://smarturl.it/TPGAmzn ► Google Play - https://smarturl.it/TPGooglePlay ________________________ ► SUBSCRIBE: https://smarturl.it/TPGsubscribe1 ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ThePianoGuys ► INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ThePianoGuys ► TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/ThePianoGuys Story behind the song Hello/Lacrimosa (or "Chello," as it has affectionately been called in the studio) is a musical experiment bridging 18th-century spiritualism and 21st-century secularism. Imagine Mozart and Adele in the same room in an intense co-write session, quill and pen in hand, respectively. Picturing this hypothetical hangout helped to spark the creative combination of the two. Haven't heard "Lacrimosa" from Mozart's Requiem? It is a powerful piece of music. Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhYCaQkbkyw As you can hear, both tunes' divergent traits presented challenges. One wallows in a wide, painstakingly minor 12/8 time and the other drives a poignant bi-polar major/minor common time. One draws its power from the fullness of a grand chorus and orchestra, the other from the isolation of a lone voice and piano. One conforms to age-old counterpart canon and musical theory, while the other is conveyed via verse/chorus pop song parlance. However, they share the same fundamental feeling -- "Lacrimosa" (meaning "weeping" or "tearful") mournfully bemoans spiritual death, while "Hello" gripes about relationship regrets. Different centuries. Different realms. Same emotion. Perhaps we aren't as far from our predecessors as we think we are. You'll hear towards the end of the tune an attempt by both motifs to meet in the middle as the two textured melodies intertwine. In their respective stories both plead for reconciliation. Neither seemed to find it apart, but together they sing of a second chance. The sounds you hear were created by 100 tracks of acoustic and electric cello, an instrument that has been emoting for centuries – an apt candidate for the task of tying together "Hellocrimosa" (our alternate affectionate title). This video was filmed at one of our favorite locations: Tuacahn Amphitheatre, utilizing different patterns and settings of giant mirrors, diffused light, and some very cold fog. How is the camera not reflected in the mirrors? Simple. Magic! Credits "Hello" as performed by Adele (written by Adele and Greg Kurstin) "Lacrimosa" from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Requiem The Piano Guys arrangement produced and written by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Performed by Steven Sharp Nelson: electric & acoustic cellos, cello percussion Al van der Beek: percussion, vocal textures Recorded, mixed and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios in Utah Video filmed and produced by Paul Anderson & Shaye Scott Edited by Shaye Scott Project Manager & Behind the Scenes: Kyle Fisher Photographer: Addison Foote Location coordinators: Jeremy Crawford & Frank Nelson Technical Director: Wes Hamblin Special thanks: Tuacahn Amphitheatre (https://www.tuacahn.org/Online/defaul...) Jones Paint & Glass. (http://www.jonespg.com) Check more of our great videos!: Christina Perri - A Thousand Years (Piano/Cello Cover) - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/QgaTQ5-XfMM Let It Go (Disney's "Frozen") Vivaldi's Winter - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/6Dakd7EIgBE Beethoven's 5 Secrets - OneRepublic - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/mJ_fkw5j-t0 Titanium / Pavane (Piano/Cello Cover) - David Guetta / Faure - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/fz4MzJTeL0c One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful (5 Piano Guys, 1 piano) - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/0VqTwnAuHws Coldplay - Paradise (Peponi) African Style (ft. guest artist, Alex Boye) - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/Cgovv8jWETM Adele - Hello / Lacrimosa (Mozart) – ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/WZjFMj7OHTw Story of My Life (One Direction -- Piano/Cello Cover) - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/yET4p-r2TI8 This is Your Fight Song (Rachel Platten Scottish Cover) - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/mOO5qRjVFLw David Guetta - Without You ft. Usher (Piano/Cello Cover) - ThePianoGuys - https://youtu.be/dfRtPbBFoGg #thepianoguys #pianocello
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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---
Mozart - Lacrimosa
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Lacrimosa del Requiem de Mozart. Coro de la Ópera de Viena y Orquesta Sinfónica de Viena dirigida por Karl Böhm. Requiem Mass in D minor K.626 Lacrimosa Vienna Symphony Orchestra Wiener Symphoniker conducted by Karl Böhm
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