I love Mozart to the point that I went with my husband to Salzburg last year to visit his birth house and family house. Everything in Salzburg evolves around Mozart.
Last night, we went to listen to over 150 people performing Mozart’s Requiem at Southampton’s Guildhall – by the Southampton Philharmonic Choir. It is wonderful to listen to such events like this in my city and to be able to support live music.
My husband tells me he would like part of Mozart’s Requiem played at his funeral – Dies Irae. Most people like the Lacrimosa but my favourite parts are Rex, but mainly Confutatis
Unfortunately I have no video or images of the Southampton Philharmonic Choir but you can click on this excellent YouTube link.
There is so much written about Mozart and his Requiem that if you are interested you can do an online search. I wish to commend the 1984 American period drama film Amadeus directed by Miloš Forman, adapted by Peter Shaefer from his stage play of the same name, for reviving peoples interest in Mozart.