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Soloists for the 1985 Mozart Requiem performance, l to r: soprano Edith Contreras, alto Sheila Jones, tenor Alfredo Mendoza, and bass José Briano.



Performance
Of Mozart’s
Requiem,
1985

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The performance took place at Woodson High School, in Fairfax, Virginia, on July 4, 1985.

John Sigerson director
Schiller Institute Chorus and Orchestra
Seth Taylor concertmaster
José Briano chorus coach.

The Soloists:

Edith Contreras, soprano
Sheila Jones, alto
Alfredo Mendoza, tenor
José Briano, bass.


To listen to the historic performance:

 
1. Full performance in one big .mp3 file (encoded using
unix “lame --preset extreme”: variable bit rate, high quality):

 Full Performance .mp3 File

2. Thirteen separate mp3 files containing each of the movements, using
same encoding as #1

01—Requiem-Kyrie
02—Dies_irae
03—Tuba_mirum
44—Rex_tremendae
05—Recordare
06—Confutatis
07—Lacrimosa
08—Domine_Jesu
09—Hostias
10—Sanctus
11—Benedictus
12—Agnus_Dei
13—Lux_aeterna

3. Full performance in one big .wav file compressed
using Monkey's Audio lossless compression
(http://www.monkeysaudio.com):
(PC’s only)

Full Performance in .wav File.


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