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Title/Work Requiem in D minor, K 626
Subtitle/Content a) Kyrie Eleison b) Dies Irae
Author(s)/Composer(s) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Requiems, Requiems by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Language lat
Conductor(s) Charles Kennedy Scott (1876 - 1965) Show information on MusicBrainz
Performer(s) London Philharmonic Choir (Choir,1947 - ) Show information on MusicBrainz
Label His Master's Voice
Part of record D 1147
Matrix/StamperID C4898, CR288III
Recording location Queen's Hall, Langham Place, London (United Kingdom)
1st recording date 1926/07/06
1st release date 1927
1st release location (origin) GB
Description complete album: HMV D 1147-1149
References https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Kennedy_Scott#Recordings_2

Mozart: Requiem Mass, K 626 (abridged version): Requiem aeternam, Kyrie, Dies Irae, Domine Jesu Christe, Hostias, Agnus Dei, Lux aeterna, Cum sanctis tuis. Soloists, Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, directed by C. Kennedy Scott, 6 July 1926, Queen's Hall (3 12" 78rpm, HMV D 1147-49: others unpublished)

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Mozart Requiem Agnus Dei - Lux aeterna Cum sanctis Garda Hall, soprano Philharmonic Choir, Orchestra, Charles Kennedy Scott

His Masters Voice D 1149 Matrices: CR 550-IA, 551-II (04879, 04880) Recorded 6th July 1926, Queens Hall, London

The Requiem consists of the following sections: 1. Requiem aeternam Kyrie 2. Dies Irae 3. Tuba Mirum 4. Rex Tremendae Majestatis 5. Recordare 6. Confutatis 7. Lacrymosa 8. Domine Jesu 9. Hostias 10. Sanctus and Hosanna 11. Benedictus 12. Agnus Dei, Lux aeternam & Cum sanctis

Kennedy Scott recorded 9, 1b & 2, 8, 7 & 10 and 3 on April 12th 1926. None of the takes were used. In the second session on 6th July 1926 he recorded 9, 1b & 2, 8, 7 & 10, 1a, 4 & 6 and 12 (2 sides given here). From this session, parts 1a, 1b & 2, 8, 9 and 12 were issued. The soloists were Garda Hall, Nellie Walker, Sydney Coltham and Edward Halland. The solo trombone in Tuba mirum was Jesse Stamp. Thus only parts 5 and 11 were not attempted both feature just the solo quartet (though this is also the case for 3). If the unissued matrices still exist, then there is a virtually complete 1926 Mozart Requiem lurking in the archives.

Interestingly, in the early recorded history of this work, Albert Coates was recorded live in 1927 conducting the Dies irae, Rex tremendae and Sanctus this was at the same concert where Chaliapin performed Rimsky-Korsakovs Mozart and Salieri.


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