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Victor de Sabata conducts Verdi's Requiem in Rome, 1940 (excerpts)
08.12.2012, 19:36

Victor de Sabata

(April 10, 1892 – December 11, 1967)

        Victor de Sabata was an Italian conductor and composer. He is widely recognized as one of the most distinguished operatic conductors of the twentieth century, especially for his Verdi, Puccini and Wagner. He is also acclaimed for his interpretations of orchestral music. Like his near contemporary Wilhelm Furtwängler, de Sabata regarded composition as more important than conducting but achieved more lasting recognition for his conducting than his compositions. De Sabata has been praised by various authors and critics as a rival to Toscanini for the title of greatest Italian conductor of the twentieth century, and even as "perhaps the greatest conductor in the world"


Left to right:

Maria Caniglia   Ebe Stignani    Beniamino Gigli   Tancredi Pasero

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Giuseppe Verdi

Messa da Requiem

Dies irae
Tuba mirum
Liber scriptus
Rex tremendae
Recordare
Ingemisco
Confutatis
Lacrimosa
Sanctus
Libera me (excerpts)

Ebe Stignani, mezzo

Maria Caniglia, soprano

Beniamino Gigli, tenor

Tancredi Pasero, bass

Orchestra e Coro dell'EIAR di Torino e di Roma 

Orchestra da Camera di Roma

Choirmasters: Constantino Constantini & Bruno Erminero

Victor de Sabata

14 December 1940 (Live in Basilica di Sancta Maria degli Angeli, Roma)

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