Laudate Dominum – Mozart

Antonio recorded this when he was 12 years old.

Antonio had about 5 hours in total on this piece before recording it. We were in the studio recording and Antonio decided he would try to record it. He did a great job, so we tried putting a string quartet behind it. Now that he has had more time with it, he sings it amazingly well. He has sung it to an audience a few times as well.

What people said about this recording:

You just embraced that first syllable to another level, this adds value to the entire song! – TB

Majestic and beautiful! … Antonio’s interpretation is competent and soulful. What a joy! – MT

Gorgeous voice and amazing vocal control. It’s surprising he mastered this song so quickly! Well done! – SL

Wow, what a beautiful execution! So natural, even in the register changes! A difficult “classic” by Mozart, performed by the most famous treble boys – AP

This is a truly wonderful way of delivering this piece, and I love how your vocal range is getting wider with more tenor/baritone voices added in, which adds to the dramatic effect of delivering this piece of music. Keep up the great work! – LC

So beautiful Antonio. Thank you so much. You manage to bring me to tears every time – EMK

Recording details:

Antonio, 12yrs
Piano: Stuart Long
Violin 1, Violin 2, Viola: Maria Grigoryeva
Cello: Natalia Nazarova

Laudate Dominum, from Vesperae solennes de confessore (K. 339) – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Studio session April 2021
Recorded in a university studio in Australia.