Archive: Mozart's Requiem

Grafenegg Auditorium Auditorium


  • Anna Lucia Richter, soprano
  • Marianne Beate Kielland, mezzosoprano
  • Yorck Felix Speer, bass
  • Jeremy Ovenden, tenor
  • Rinaldo Alessandrini, conductor


Mozart’s Requiem, one of his most honoured and at the same time profound and sublime creations, is surrounded by legends – even today when the circumstances of its creation have long been clarified: Count Walsegg-Stuppach sent Mozart the lucrative, anonymous composition commission via the «grey messenger», intending to pass off the work as his own. It was only when Mozart fell gravely ill that the Requiem became famous as the incomplete swan song of its true creator. After two weeks confined to bed he died – leaving behind instructions for the completion of the work. At the very first Schlossklänge concert on Good Friday the Tonkunstler have secured the services of a star of historical performance, conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini. Together with the Arnold Schoenberg Choir and selected soloists, they will offer a foretaste of Easter morning with Bach’s earlier cantata «Christ lag in Todesbanden» («Christ lay by death enshrouded»).

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Johann Sebastian Bach

«Christ lay by death enshrouded» Cantata for Easter Sunday BWV 4


  • Sinfonia

  • Versus 1: Christ lag in Todes Banden

  • Versus 2: Den Tod niemand zwingen kunnt

  • Versus 3: Jesus Christus, Gottes Sohn

  • Versus 4: Es war ein wunderlicher Krieg

  • Versus 5: Hie ist das rechte Osterlamm

  • Versus 6: So feiern wir das hohe Fest

  • Versus 7: Wir essen und wir leben wohl


3 Min.


ca. 1707-1713
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Requiem for Soloists, Mixed Choir and Orchestra in d minor KV 626


  • I.INTROITUS Requiem


  • III.SEQUENZ 1.Dies irae 2.Tuba mirum 3.Rex tremendae 4.Recordare 5.Confutatis 6.Lacrimosa

  • IV.OFFERTORIUM 1.Domine Jesu 2.Hostias




  • VIII.COMMUNIO Lux aeterna


40 Min.