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the tomorrow to day in 60 minutes, w. me. what secrets? why behind these was the discover new ventures in 360 degrees and explore the fascinating world heritage site, the d w world heritage 360. now the me the life it is in terms and grades on is not people playing the music. people breathing inside. so different sacred. the drama man is
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the means less for me because this music such me really deep. i love every single and also most of the me the church of san marco, in the heart of milan. it was here that you zip a vanity. they viewed as requiem, an 874, and exactly 145 years later. the currency is that the conductor stand, he's directing his music. i a town of orchestra. enquire, comprised of 180 musicians and 4 vocal soloists. mm.
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ah, excuse me. i think the very beginning of the rec, on the, with the changing, whispering, regular maintenance donation looks, but bent one of these away seems convers, this mysterious life. and like if we spur of the humanity from all the sensualist, so managing ah,
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the a you need to get in the kind of spiritual, wandering, and spiritual adventure of searching the place. and then at one point you fell in the same pattern, was the composer and then you have a lot of information to bring here. ah you said a verity is one of italy's most famous composers. he wrote 28 offers and one funeral mess. the message directly nearly composed directly in an honor of italian poet novels. alexander my son. precisely a year after his death daddy's requiem had it's from me to church of son michael.
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the news everybody knows. even with some critics that said that was an opera, not sacred music, but everybody recognized from, from, from the 1st bad moment from the 1st mean. huge that it was a major work of art and masterpiece. moving everybody in a way that still is a fact different. yes. so in all europe, since the 1st performance team, everybody wanted to get performance of the mission and it became one of the most important works by the end. sacred music pieces he not some internal performed and be lost by,
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by the of the me was ah, me ah, the, the composer is music in a certain dimension and brings this music to our and dimension goes,
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music is not the nodes is these the same metaphysic emotion that you can feel with your humper senses about something and then you start to find a way to bring him down to transcript in language or sound what it is in another unspeakable and undetermined place. then of course the composer is not for me, this kind of creator that she creates from 0 this she just jensen this environment and brings it here. now the performer, what has to do is to start from this environment here and go back to these share that the composer was,
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take the music and brought it here. the me born in athens and trained in st. petersburg to currencies is one of the most exciting conductors of our time from 2004, 2010. he was music director of the noble, severe sc. they'd opera ballet theater. it was there where he found it, his music, eternal ensemble, and chamber quire. the news when he became artistic director of the opera and ballet theater in western russia . he took music. it's not along with him. right from the start. couldn't see demonstrated his passion for getting people excited about music.
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ah so what i'm doing is order to prepare all this connection and some inside of listening and gender and understanding. and every mean and what is the function? and then try to bring this mysterious light in, during the performance. everybody gets transformed and do all these functions and all this quality doesn't remains in the 1st layer of quality, but becomes kind of sacred act between people
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in the me the the me mm. ah,
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excuse me i i i the yeah, i
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use use use when i met him it was for me like this kind of artistic fusion because i, i immediately understood what he wanted. maybe i could not give it immediately to him, but i understood what he wants and i totally approved what he was looking for. so the very special thing about his vision, and of course the vision we are altogether trying to bring with him to you is finding again,
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the original score. and when i mean your original score is that we have to be aware that inverted is core. we are a moment where it's prison, 6 shadow, and then suddenly you have, i think, 4 or 514. so in an hour and a half of music, we have to find a way to do 6 piano and $514.00. and you need to, to hear these differences the ah, the ah,
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the me. oh, the me, oh i this music takes forth from every musician playing and singing. and of course the main challenge is to, to follow doors, fluid vision of this music. every time he changes details,
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she is like never satisfied with what he's doing. so he captures the exact moment of the birth and life of the sounds. and depending on how it goes, she can change really. like really a lot. he could change really a lot anytime ah, the who's
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the me the. 2 me ah ah ah, we'll need to be saying that the same language. so considering that we are like
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nearly 100100 people. it's kind of a musician to get together and, and this is very hard to get, but when you get it it's really comes with a, a amazing o o o o. 2 the oh. 5
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i . 2 0, i like the fact that in this piece you feel being a part of something great. and as a solar you have to of course, very, very exposed solo moment. and then suddenly you have to melt voice in the course, the trio, the quite sure how to do it. and for example, the new day is the most exposed moment because you are at the octave with the soprano. you see exactly the same thing, but it has to sound like a unique voice. the
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ah ah. the news . the
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news the aah! is not this is going to be connected all the time with this constant in life which is change. and this is something very honest and very has to follow and very has always for him to find the truth. everything about him is special and to work with him. of course, it's a great privilege and that really deep satisfaction of, in, in a way of creating music together. and but also it's
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a great challenge because he's obsessed with the quality. i think he's a genius, meaning that he is totally in the music. he's completely involved in what he's doing and for me, the genius is this person who is what he explores what he magnified. oh oh the. busy busy busy ah, oh yeah
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the, the. busy busy me oh with the oh, i'm not and surely not, engine is soon enough, perfectionist. and just i seeing sue a little bit different things in scores from other musicians. i'm
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a little bit individual. i will say that's the only thing i can say among myself and absolute friend of the composer that i decided to interpret the the the, the, the
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who's ready to grade for me for doing something because you deal with something that you deal every day actually just deal with death in life. and while you do read them your you, you are code to answer to, to, to phone, to mental questions. if you believe in life or death. and if you believe in life before death,
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who need bid on it for me to them all in or all? ah me me ah ah. ah. the
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the news the news the news the the
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