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Mozart: Requiem In D Minor, K. 626

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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Introitus
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Kyrie
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Dies Irae
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Tuba Mirum
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Rex Tremendae
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Recordare
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Confutatis
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Lacrimosa
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Domine Jesu
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Hostias
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Sanctus
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Benedictus
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Agnes Dei
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Requiem In D Minor, K. 626: Lux Aeterna
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 58:17

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Chill Guys!

Spidercake

I wasn't bashing the CSO or the piece. And yes, I CAN pick out the CSO when I hear them on many many recordings. And they are by far my fav orchestra. I only meant that the recording is so damn bad, I can't imagine how they were willing to put their name on it and take it to market. IMO, the CSO was in many ways-stylistically & "focused-ensemble-wise," at their best during the Fritz years (I have several Reiner/CSO recordings which are of excellent recording quality). Hence (I suppose) the reason it was released, is for appreciation of those qualities evident during Fritz Reiner's term, by those looking to hear more of the CSO from this period. Man, youguys sure took a brief comment and filled it with your own personal projected feelings. Youguys must be shrinks, they are really good at doing that.

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Pick My Foot

BrentK

This recording release is just awful. Why is it a pick? Why was it released at all?

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Get a clue...

Kevsdad

Walter died in 1962...this recording was made in 1958, during the CSO/Reiner era. The sound quality of the RCA recordings Reiner made with the orchestra were quite good. At the same time, Walter was one of the premier conductors of his time and the CSO was, and still is a world-class orchestra. That doesn't explain the sound quality on this recording, but you really need to get an idea of what you're going to rant about before ranting.

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REviewers riding the short bus

ClassicalTerrorist

Obviously this is an old recording. "I can hardly tell its the cso". Sure buddy. I am sure if it said "LFSO" you would have said I can hardly tell its the "LFSO". WOW.Maybe we need to teach the concertmaster how to record properly for you because recording quality is, of course, in the hands of the orchestra. Either way, however, this is an old recording, hence the title of the label, past classics. Dont judge a piece by the sound of the recording. You will have no idea what is good or bad. Man, are there any normal people left....

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WHAT THE?!?!?

spidercake

Horrible sound quality. Sounds like it was recorded, then dubbed from a 1980s camcorder! I can hardly tell its the CSO.

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Why is This a Pick?

EvS

I didn't download a single track after listening to the clips. The sound quality is terrible, very fuzzy. Inexcusably poor recording for the great CSO.