Mozart Rilling

Helmut Rilling, Pinchas Zukerman, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart - Mozart: Requiem; Exsultate, jubilate [2009]

Helmut Rilling, Pinchas Zukerman, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart - Mozart: Requiem; Exsultate, jubilate [2009]
Classical | Sony 88697529902 | TT: 68.55 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 304 Mb

Blegen’s technically flawless and musically peerless rendition is a pure celebration of beautiful singing and of the wonder of Mozart’s dazzling masterpiece. The sound is as clear and immediate as if it had been recorded yesterday, and Pinchas Zukerman’s direction is exemplary. … Although Helmut Rilling’s tempos are sometimes too plodding (the opening Introitus, for example), he makes up for it elsewhere–in an emphatic Recordare and smoothly flowing Benedictus. And while the chorus has a somewhat saturated, conglomerate sound, its impact is nevertheless substantial, not only in the fullest, loudest sections, but also in the quieter passages, which come off as more evenly balanced. Soloists, on the other hand, are absolutely clear if perhaps just a bit too up-front, and the orchestra, which fares well overall, gets swallowed in the mix when the entire chorus is singing. Rilling requires keen articulation from his players and singers, which although normally a good thing sometimes (as in the opening of the Confutatis) seems overly deliberate and stifles the music’s natural momentum. However, if you’re looking for a good, basic reading of the traditional edition of the Requiem–and an unrivalled performance of the Exsultate, jubilate –you won’t go wrong with this decently remastered release. (David Vernier)

VA - Mozart 111 Masterworks (2012) (55 CDs Box Set)  Music

Posted by murena at Nov. 6, 2017
VA - Mozart 111 Masterworks (2012) (55 CDs Box Set)

VA - Mozart 111 Masterworks (2012) (55 CDs Box Set)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks+.cue, log) | Covers included | 14,5 Gb
MP3 320 kbps | 55 CDs, 58:55:41 min | 7,9 Gb
Genre: Classical / Label: Deutsche Grammophon

MOZART 111 combines the best of the Austrian master's music with the best of Deutsche Grammophon's Mozart recordings, bringing together a total of 111 works, while retaining, as far as possible, the original album releases with their cover art. There's enough of everything here to stock a shop, as they say, in performances that have stood the test of time and performances that make you sit up and listen to Mozart afresh the perfect way to discover, rediscover and savor the incomparable genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Helmuth Rilling, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, Gächinger Kantorei - Bach: Great Sacred Choral Works (10CDs) [2010]

Helmuth Rilling, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, Gächinger Kantorei - Bach: Great Sacred Choral Works (10CDs) [2010]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 2.71 Gb | Total time: 10:48:54 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Sony Classical | # 88697687172 | Recorded: 1969-1985

Helmuth Rilling is an excellent conductor and interpreter of Bach's sacred music. Recorded from 1969 to 1985, over a longer period of time than most other sets, there is a lot of change throughout the series. Rilling's recordings are more dense and lush than others, and his tempi are often slower than HIP recordings - no "original instruments" for Rilling. But he creates such a detailed sound-world that any fan of these works should want to hear Rilling's versions to compare with others. This said, Rilling often uses a technique that I find a bit disturbing. He'll have one instrument or group of instruments sequestered to one track, and others on the other track, giving a sound similar to that of early Beatles' stereo mixes, where vocals were on one track and instruments on the other. This is something you never hear in live performance; while one instrument may be on one side, you still hear it on the other side. This tends to make some of the movements sound as though there's no blend among the singers and musicians.
(Kirk McElhearn)
John Eliot Gardiner, The English Baroque Soloists - Mozart: Cosi fan tutte (2002/1992)

John Eliot Gardiner, The English Baroque Soloists - Mozart: Così fan tutte (2002/1992)
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR | Italiano (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (DTS, 5 ch) | (Dolby AC3, 6 ch) | 7.06 Gb+7.77 Gb (2xDVD9) | 193 min
Classical | Deutsche Grammophon | Sub: Italiano, English, Deutsch, Francais, Espanol, Chinese

When this staging was presented in 1992, in various theatres, Gardiner decided to be his own director because he didn't trust any available alternative to be faithful to Da Ponte's and Mozart's original. In the circumstances his was a sensible decision because his deeply discerning stage interpretation perfectly seconds his own musically perceptive reading. His keen understanding of what this endlessly fascinating work is about is made plain in his absorbing essay in the booklet.
W.A. Mozart - Mass in C minor, K. 427, "Great" (Robert Levin edition) (2007)

W.A. Mozart - Mass in C minor, K. 427, "Great" (Robert Levin edition) (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Complete Scans | 333 MB
Classical/Sacred | Label: hänssler CLASSIC \ Cat.: 98227 | RS/MU

This is the world premiere recording of Robert D. Levin's critically acclaimed completion of Mozart's "Great" Mass in C minor. Joining in the festivities are the stellar soloists Juliane Banse, Diana Damrau, Lothar Odinius, and Markus Marquardt together with the Stuttgart Bach Collegium, and Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart under the direction of Helmuth Rilling.
Mozart:  Requiem K. 626 / Auger · Watkinson · Jerusalem · Nimsgern · Bach-Collegium Stuttgart · Rilling (1990)

Mozart: Requiem K. 626 / Auger · Watkinson · Jerusalem · Nimsgern · Bach-Collegium Stuttgart · Rilling (1990)
EAC rip | FLAC, log, cue, no scans | RAR Rec. 3% | 239 MB | hotfile, fileserve
Classical | Label: Sony | Time: 52:46

Although Helmut Rilling's tempos are sometimes too plodding (the opening Introitus, for example), he makes up for it elsewhere–in an emphatic Recordare and smoothly flowing Benedictus. And while the chorus has a somewhat saturated, conglomerate sound, its impact is nevertheless substantial, not only in the fullest, loudest sections, but also in the quieter passages, which come off as more evenly balanced. Soloists, on the other hand, are absolutely clear if perhaps just a bit too up-front, and the orchestra, which fares well overall, gets swallowed in the mix when the entire chorus is singing. Rilling requires keen articulation from his players and singers, which although normally a good thing sometimes (as in the opening of the Confutatis) seems overly deliberate and stifles the music's natural momentum. –David Vernier
Mozart: Requiem / Helmuth Rilling, Stuttgart Bach Collegium, Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart (2000)

Mozart: Requiem / Helmuth Rilling, Stuttgart Bach Collegium, Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart (2000)
EAC Rip, FLAC (image), cue, log, covers | RAR rec. 3% | 267 MB | hotfile, filesonic
Classical | Label: Hanssler Classics

In the liner notes to this premiere recording of his completion, Levin says: "The completed version offered in this recording, however, seeks to respect the 200-year-old history of the Requiem . We have tried not to revise as much, but as little as possible and in a manner we fee it faithful to the character, writing, voice leading, design and structure of Mozart's music."

G.F.Handel - Der Messias HWV 56 (Rilling)  Music

Posted by Ignazio Favagrossa at Nov. 30, 2008
G.F.Handel - Der Messias HWV 56 (Rilling)

G.F.Handel - Der Messias HWV 56 (Rilling)
1994 | 2 CD | individual FLACs | Front Cover | RAR 555Mb

"Mozart's arrangement of Handel's Messiah dates from early 1789 and was intended for performance at the private concerts of Baron Gottfried van Swieten in Vienna. Messias was first heard at van Swieten's concerts on March 6th, 1789 when Mozart directed the orchestra in his own arrangement of Handel's masterpiece. Listeners encountering Mozart's arrangement for the first time will be by the full-bodied sound of woodwind and brass in the choruses; if momentarily startled by the presence of a horn as opposed to a trumpet in "The trumpet shall sound"… this is a lively performance of Messiah which is certainly worth considering for the solo contributions, above all… you will find much else to enjoy as well".
- Gramophone Magazine

Karl Bohm - Mozart & Strauss (2005) (8 CDs Box Set)  Music

Posted by murena at April 20, 2018
Karl Bohm - Mozart & Strauss (2005) (8 CDs Box Set)

Karl Bohm - Mozart & Strauss (2005) (8 CDs Box Set)
WEB Rip | APE (Image+.cue) | 8 CDs, 09:22:25 min | 1,46 Gb | Booklet *pdf-> 30,5 mb
Genre: Classical / Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Born in Graz, Austria, Böhm studied law and earned a doctorate on this subject. He later studied music at the Graz Conservatory. On the recommendation of Karl Muck, Bruno Walter engaged him at Munich's Bavarian State Opera in 1921. Darmstadt (1927) and Hamburg (1931) were the next places he resided as a young conductor, before succeeding Fritz Busch as head of Dresden's Semper Opera in 1934. He secured a top post at the Vienna State Opera in 1943, eventually becoming music director.
Yeol Eum Son - Yeol Eum Son: Mozart (2018) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Yeol Eum Son, Academy of St Martin in the Fields & Sir Neville Marriner - Yeol Eum Son: Mozart (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 75:16 minutes | 1.15 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

Second Prize winner at both the 2011 Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition and the 13th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2009, Yeol Eum Son's graceful interpretations, crystalline touch and versatile, thrilling performances have caught the attention of audiences worldwide. Praised for her widely eclectic repertoire, ranging from Bach and Mozart to Shchedrin and Gershwin, on this recording Son performs a selection of Mozart piano works with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields led by the late Sir Neville Marriner in his final recording.