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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) composed several masses and separate mass movements (such as Kyrie). Mozart composed most of his masses as a church musician in Salzburg: Masses for regular Sundays or smaller feasts belonged to the missa brevis type. In the context of Mozart's masses brevis (short) applies primarily to the duration, . the whole mass ceremony took no longer than three quarters of an hour.

Mozart's music, like Haydn's, stands as an archetypal example of the Classical style. He also wrote a great deal of religious music, including masses; and he composed many dances, divertimenti, serenades, and other forms of light entertainment. The central traits of the classical style can all be identified in Mozart's music. When he went to London as a child, he met . Bach and heard his music; when he went to Paris, Mannheim, and Vienna, he heard the work of composers active there, as well as the spectacular Mannheim orchestra; when he went to Italy, he encountered the Italian overture and opera buffa, both of which were to be hugely influential on his.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s was the sole-surviving son of Leopold and Maria Pertl Mozart. Leopold was a successful composer, violinist, and assistant concert master at the Salzburg court. Wolfgang’s mother, Anna Maria Pertl, was born to a middle class family of local community leaders. During this time Wolfgang also wrote a new opera, Mitridate, re di Ponto for the court of Milan. Other commissions followed and in subsequent trips to Italy, Wolfgang wrote two other operas, Ascanio in Alba (1771) and Lucio Silla (1772). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his father returned from their last stay in Italy in March, 1773. His father’s benefactor, Archbishop von Schrattenbach had died and was succeeded by Hieronymus von Colleredo. Upon their return, the new archbishop appointed young Mozart as assistant concertmaster with a small salary.

Read the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart facts about his life, interesting, fun, information and biography facts about the great composer. Mozart’s Resting Place. Mozart was buried in a ‘common’ grave – not a pauper’s grave as is often reported. He was poor, but not a pauper, far from the stories that are spun around Mozart’s death.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, in full Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, baptized as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, (born January 27, 1756, Salzburg, archbishopric of Salzburg -died December 5, 1791, Vienna), Austrian composer, widely recognized as one of the greatest composers in the history of Western music. Mozart and his sister Maria Anna ( Nannerl ) were the only two of their seven children to survive. The Mozart family: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (seated at piano) with his sister Maria Anna (left) and his parents, Leopold and Anna Maria; oil on canvas by Johann Nepomuk della Croce, c. 1780–81; Mozart House, Salzburg, Austria. 140 168 cm. Photos. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart raised the symphony to heights that in many respects remain unsurpassed.

Aliases: Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Amadeus Mozart, W. A. Mozart, Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Amadeus Mozart, Johannes Chrisostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, V. Mocartas, Volphnkank Amedaios Motsart, Apollo Mozzart, Wolfgango Amadeo Mozart, Mozhate, Вольфганг Моцарт, Моцарт, Франц Ксавер Вольфганг Моцарт, Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, ولفگانگ موتسارت, מוצרט, Wolfgang Amadeusz Mozart, Volfgango Amadeo Mozarto, Йоганн Хризостом Вольфґанґ Теофіл Моцарт, Johannes Chrysostomus.

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CD1
Requiem In D Minor, K.626
1 Introitus: Requiem 4:34
2 Kyrie 2:32
3 Sequenz: Dies Irae 1:53
4 Tuba Mirum 3:03
5 Rex Tremendae 2:00
6 Recordare 5:40
7 Confutatis 2:32
8 Lacrimosa 5:40
9 Offertorium: Domine Deus 3:42
10 Hostias 3:37
11 Sanctus 1:32
12 Benedictus 4:46
13 Agnus Dei 3:04
14 Communio
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligCountertenor Vocals – Michael ChanceSoprano Vocals – Diana MontagueTenor Vocals – Christoph Prégardien
5:25
Motet
15 Ave Verum Corpus, K.618 2:46
Missa Brevis In D Minor, K.65
16 Kyrie 1:23
17 Gloria 2:14
18 Credo 4:57
19 Sanctus 0:49
20 Benedictus 1:15
21 Agnus Dei
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligContralto Vocals – Elisabeth GrafSoprano Vocals – Ann MonoyiosTenor Vocals – Oly Pfaff
2:04
CD2
Missa In C Minor, K.317 "Krönungsmesse"
1 Kyrie 2:58
2 Gloria 4:20
3 Credo 6:46
4 Sanctus 1:53
5 Benedictus 3:06
6 Agnus Dei 5:39
Missa Solemnis In C Major, K.337
7 Kyrie 2:52
8 Gloria 3:27
9 Credo 5:23
10 Sanctus 1:43
11 Benedictus 2:40
12 Agnus Dei - Dona Nobis Pacem
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligContralto Vocals – Ulla GroenewoldSoprano Vocals – Patrizia KwellaTenor Vocals – Christoph Prégardien
5:27
Missa In C Major, K.258 "Spaur-Messe"
13 Kyrie 1:52
14 Gloria 2:27
15 Credo 4:42
16 Sanctus 1:03
17 Benedictus 2:40
18 Agnus Dei
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligContralto Vocals – Ulla GroenewoldSoprano Vocals – Barbara SchlickTenor Vocals – Markus Schäfer
2:40
Missa Brevis In C Major, K.259 "Orgelsolo-Messe"
19 Kyrie 1:58
20 Gloria 1:55
21 Credo 3:52
22 Sanctus 1:04
23 Benedictus 2:10
24 Agnus Dei
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligContralto Vocals – Elisabeth GrafSoprano Vocals – Ann MonoyiosTenor Vocals – Oly Pfaff
2:54
CD3
Missa In C Minor, K.427
1 Kyrie 6:42
2 Gloria: Gloria In Excelsis 2:19
3 Laudamus Te 4:46
4 Gratias Agimus Tibi 1:14
5 Domine Deus 2:54
6 Qui Tollis 5:17
7 Quoniam Tu Solus 3:59
8 Jesu Christe 4:33
9 Credo: Credo In Unum Deum 3:19
10 Et Incarnatus Est 8:43
11 Sanctus 3:36
12 Benedictus
Bass Vocals – Klaus MertensSoprano Vocals – Barbara Schlick, Monika FrimmerTenor Vocals – Christoph Prégardien
5:45
Missa Brevis In C Major, K.220 "Spatzen-Messe"
13 Kyrie 1:49
14 Gloria 2:51
15 Credo 3:43
16 Sanctus 0:58
17 Benedictus 3:04
18 Agnus Dei
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligContralto Vocals – Elisabeth GrafSoprano Vocals – Ann MonoyiosTenor Vocals – Oly Pfaff
3:13
CD4
Missa In C Minor, K.139 "Waisenhausmesse"
1 Kyrie: Kyrie Eleison 1:28
2 Kyrie Eleison - Christe Eleison 2:16
3 Christe Eleison 1:30
4 Kyrie Eleison 2:17
5 Gloria : Gloria In Excelsis Deo 0:50
6 Laudamus Te 1:40
7 Gratias Agimus Tibi 0:54
8 Domine Deus 1:37
9 Qui Tollis 1:34
10 Quoniam Tu Solus 2:46
11 Cum Sancto Spiritu 2:15
12 Credo: Credo In Unum Deum 2:11
13 Et Incarnatus Est 2:25
14 Crucifixus 1:39
15 Et Resurrexit 1:23
16 Et In Spiritum Sanctum 1:54
17 Et Unam Sanctam 1:54
18 Sanctus 1:36
19 Benedictus 1:55
20 Agnus Dei: Agnus Dei 2:50
21 Dona Nobis Pacem
Bass Vocals – Klaus MertensContralto Vocals – Ulla GroenewoldSoprano Vocals – Barbara SchlickTenor Vocals – Markus Schäfer
1:17
Missa In C Major, K.257 "Credo-Messe"
22 Kyrie 2:24
23 Gloria 3:35
24 Credo 8:27
25 Sanctus 1:39
26 Benedictus 5:05
27 Agnus Dei
Bass Vocals – Franz-Josef SeligContralto Vocals – Elisabeth GrafSoprano Vocals – Ann MonoyiosTenor Vocals – Oly Pfaff
5:25
CD5
Missa In C Major, K.66 "Dominicus-Messe"
1 Kyrie 3:13
2 Gloria: Gloria In Excelsis Deo 0:25
3 Laudamus Te 2:53
4 Gratias Agimus Tibi 0:48
5 Domine Deus 2:25
6 Qui Tollis 2:19
7 Quoniam Tu Solus 4:33
8 Cum Sancto Spiritu 2:24
9 Credo: Credo In Unum Deum 0:05
10 Patrem Omnipotentem 1:59
11 Et Incarnatus Est 3:26
12 Crucifixus 3:06
13 Et In Spiritum Sanctum 2:22
14 Et Unam Sanctam 2:26
15 Sanctus 2:03
16 Benedictus 2:04
17 Agnus Dei 3:50
Missa In C Major, K.167 "Missa In Honorem Sanctissimae Trinitatis"
18 Kyrie 2:48
19 Gloria: Gloria In Excelsis Deo 0:08
20 Et In Terra Pax 3:51
21 Credo: Credo In Unum Deum 0:05
22 Patrem Omnipotentem 5:44
23 Et In Spiritum Sanctum 3:01
24 Et In Unam Sanctam 3:22
25 Sanctus 1:25
26 Benedictus 3:37
27 Agnus Dei
Bass Vocals – Klaus MertensContralto Vocals – Ulla GroenewoldSoprano Vocals – Barbara SchlickTenor Vocals – Markus Schäfer
5:12

Credits

  • Choir – Collegium Cartusianum, Kölner Kammerchor
  • Conductor – Peter Neumann

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