Mozart Requiem DVD

Mozart Requiem DVD
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Mozart Requiem
From Chicago’s Historic St. John Cantius Church

DVD video
From the heart of Chicago, St. John Cantius presents the iconic Mozart Requiem in its proper setting--the Latin Requiem High Mass.



Enter into the beauty of the Requiem through this video filmed at Chicago’s historic St. John Cantius Catholic Church.

Let the awe-inspiring music of Mozart, presented by the St. Cecilia Choir and Orchestra, be a window into the depth and glory of this repertoire as it would have been originally presented by Mozart.

This DVD was re-released on De Montfort Music/Sony Classical in 2017.

Each year on All Souls’ Day, November 2, people gather at Chicago’s historic St. John Cantius Catholic Church to attend the Latin High Mass and pray for the blessed repose of the souls of the faithful departed. The music that accompanies this poignant and beautiful Liturgy is the famous Mozart Requiem sung by the St. Cecilia Choir and Orchestra of St. John Cantius Church.

This DVD presentation of Mozart’s Requiem for All Souls’ Day inspires us to pray for the dead—one of the spiritual works of mercy. We hope that as you watch this DVD you will enter into the beauty of the Sacred Liturgy through the window of sacred music. The Gregorian chant, sung by the Schola Cantorum of St. John Cantius, and the awe-inspiring music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, presented by the St. Cecilia Choir and Orchestra, are a window through which you are invited to peer—that you might catch a glimpse of God’s glory.

Conductor
Rev. Scott A. Haynes, SJC

C
oncertmaster

John Macfarlane

S
oloists

Stephanie Sheffield Culica
Lindsey Adams
Rev. Michael Magiera, FSSP
David Govertsen

Orchestra

First Violin
John Macfarlane, Assistant Second Violin, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Heather Wittels, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Kathleen Brauer, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Renée-Paule Gauthier
Melanie Kupchynsky
Karyn Macfarlane

Second Violin
Gina DiBello, Concertmaster, Music of the Baroque
Sheila Hanford, The Musical Offering
Teresa Fream, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Ann Palen, Lyric Opera of Chicago

Viola
Carol Cook, Principal Viola, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Terri Van Valkinburgh, Assistant Principal Viola, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Frank Babbitt, Viola, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Karl Davies, Viola/Violin, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Amy Hess, Viola, Lyric Opera of Chicago

Cello
Calum Cook, Principal Cello, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mark Brandfonbrener, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Andrew Hesse

Double Bass
Andy Anderson, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Collins Trier, Lyric Opera of Chicago

Basset Horn
Linda Baker, Co-Assistant Principal Clarinet, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Gene Collerd, Principal Clarinet, Elgin Symphony Orchestra

Bassoon
William Buchman, DePaul University, Chicago
Drew Pattison, DePaul University, Chicago

Trumpet
Bill Denton, Principal Trumpet, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Channing Philbrick, Co-Assistant PrincipalTrumpet, Lyric Opera of Chicago

Trombone
Jeremy Moeller, Principal Trombone, Lyric Opera of Chicago
Reed Capshaw, Principal Trombone, Elgin Symphony Orchestra
Mark Fry, Bass Trombone, Elgin Symphony Orchestra

Timpani
Edward Harrison, Principal Timpanist, Lyric Opera of Chicago

Organ
Mark Shuldiner

Rehearsal Pianist
James Janssen

Choir
Soprano
Nathalie Colas, Siân Davies, Jennifer Haworth, Esther Joo, Kimberly Jones, Rosalind Lee, Laura Lynch, Susan Nelson, Margaret Quinnette, Henriett Fourie Thompson

Alto
Beena David, Tamara Ghattas, Amanda Koopman, Sonia Ness, Amy Pickering, Roger Pines, Louise Rogan, Maia Surace, Anna VanDeKerchove

Tenor
Dave Anderson, Edward Bee, Madison Bolt, Hoss Brock, Ace Gangoso, Cary Lovett, Keith Murphy, Gerald Virgil

Bass
Tamaron Conseur, David Dubois, Jan Jarvis, Wilbur Pauley, Dan Richardson, Daniel Riley, Jim Theorell, Vince Wallace, Ronald Watkins

Recording and Production
Recorded by Atelier HudSonic, Chicago Engineers: Hudson Fair and Bill Clinton Milgram
Producer: Hudson Fair
Crew Assistants: Mark Essick and Eric Nelson
Editorial Team: Nolan Carter, Corrado Cavalli, John Macfarlane, and Terry Sullivan

History of the Mozart Requiem
The Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was composed in Vienna in 1791 and left unfinished at the composer's death on December 5. A completion dated 1792 by Franz Xaver Süssmayr was delivered to Count Franz von Walsegg, who had anonymously commissioned the piece for a Requiem Mass to commemorate the February 14 anniversary of his wife's death. Learn more...

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Biretta Books supports the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius and the A.M.D.G. Foundation as they help restore the sense of the sacred through the gift of music. By ordering directly from our website, an extra portion of the proceeds will go towards assisting our community at St. John Cantius in Chicago. Thank you for your support. God reward you!


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