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Discussion: Mozart: Requiem - Suzuki

Posts: 5

Post by wehecht November 15, 2014 (1 of 5)
Luukas' review errs in ascribing the edition performed to Masaaki Suzuki, the conductor. The edition is by harpsichordist/ organist Masato Suzuki who also provides program notes explaining his editorial choices. It's beautifully performed and recorded and includes a generous discmate in the form of a Solemn Vespers from 1780, plus an alternative version of the Tuba Mirum.

Post by Luukas November 15, 2014 (2 of 5)
wehecht said:

Luukas' review errs in ascribing the edition performed to Masaaki Suzuki, the conductor. The edition is by harpsichordist/ organist Masato Suzuki who also provides program notes explaining his editorial choices. It's beautifully performed and recorded and includes a generous discmate in the form of a Solemn Vespers from 1780, plus an alternative version of the Tuba Mirum.

O, yes! I corrected this error.

Post by wehecht November 15, 2014 (3 of 5)
Luukas said:

O, yes! I corrected this error.

Thanks.

Post by Euell Neverno November 24, 2014 (4 of 5)
Passes the test of raising the hair on the back of the neck. A winner; enthusiastically recommended.

Post by sunnydaler February 13, 2015 (5 of 5)

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