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Salieri: Requiem in C minor: Lacrimosa [5.]
Posted by Thrax1982, on 01 Sep 2008 16:12:49
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Antonio Salieri: "Piccolo requiem" [1804] "Piccolo Requiem composto da me, e per me, Ant. Salieri, piccolissima creatura" Stereo: Playlist..
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Comments for 'Salieri: Requiem in C minor: Lacrimosa [5.]'

Posted by Alexandre Vinogradoff, on Sun, 09 Mar 2014 18:58:14 +0000

Not so great as Mozart but genius too no doubt



Posted by ShivaMadDog, on Wed, 10 Mar 2010 09:24:23 +0000

@Gargantupimp thats quite stupid... you can't measure how great they really were... as only a genious can estimate what another genious is like ! ...



Posted by 2Dawgz, on Sun, 16 May 2010 22:19:00 +0000

The use of the drums is very striking and original, I have to say.



Posted by James Stauber, on Sun, 25 Apr 2010 02:36:55 +0000

@japanesesweet In my humble opinion much of Salieri's music has tremendous depth and thought that often reaches Mozart's universe. Had not Mozart lived at the same time as Salieri, the latter would undoubtedly be more appreciated. PS: Are the little Mozart piano pieces the pinnacle of your piano playing?



Posted by Eushayson, on Tue, 02 Sep 2008 11:16:25 +0000

Wow. Another amazing passage from Salieri. Note how he falls back to the music from the Dies Irae to not only recreate that dramatic effect, but also help tie the piece together. One of the more brilliant works I've heard of Antonio's, methinks. Wil look forward to seeing how he follows this up... Thanks again, Thrax!



Posted by lidia bonini, on Sun, 11 Apr 2010 10:46:21 +0000

@orphan567 The evil genius of the Nazi's propaganda, Goebbels, once said: "Tell a lie! Repeat it enough times and people will accept it as a truth! That apply to the Mozart: Salieri relationship. Do not forget that Mozart music was not highly regarded both in his time and long after. It was not until the begining of 1900 that somebody "discovered" Mozart music again and dug it out of oblivion. One day it will be Salieri turn. Just wait and see.



Posted by TheHiddenMole, on Sun, 11 Sep 2011 18:03:27 +0000

@orphan567 It was Mozart l'Opéra Rock that introduced me to Salieri. His music is truly incredible, isn't it? I wish some modern composers would take a leaf out of his book. Not all, but.. A fair few.



Posted by kourosh89, on Fri, 13 Jul 2012 21:55:01 +0000

Likes 1 dislike [it was probably Mozart]



Posted by Céline P, on Mon, 19 Oct 2009 21:57:42 +0000

Le film "amadeus" a vraiment donné un mauvaise image de ce compositeur, alors qu'on devrait avant tout juger sa musique et non sa personne. Il était le numéro un ŕ la cour jusqu'ŕ ce que Mozart apparaisse. Il est devenu son rival car Salieri reconnaissait l'immense talent de ce dernier. Je pense que c'est le meilleur hommage qu'il pouvait lui faire.



Posted by vonspre, on Wed, 11 Jul 2012 08:49:00 +0000

Boooring...Yes, he tried to copy Mozart's Lacrimosa, isn't it obvious? "poser, indeed!



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