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Czech Philharmonic ⬩ Semyon Bychkov
Brahms’s German Requiem is a deeply personal work. He began contemplating it already in 1854, when his friend Robert Schumann attempted suicide. Brahms discovered the title two years later in Schumann’s estate. Brahms’s first attempt at composing a Requiem turned into the Piano Concerto in D Minor (1857).
A German Requiem, Op. 45 (68')
Chen Reiss soprano
Boris Prýgl bass
Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno
Petr Fiala choirmaster
Semyon Bychkov conductor
Rudolfinum — Dvorak Hall
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