DURUFLE REQUIEM PIE JESU PDF

Faure: Requiem & Durufle: Requiem Atlanta Symphony Chorus Requiem, Op. 9: V. Pie Jesu Fauré: Requiem – Duruflé: Requiem – Poulenc: Motets. Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Duruflé, Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Faure: Requiem / Durufle: Requiem . Durufle: Requiem, Op. 9: V. Pie Jesu. Maurice Durufle – Requiem: V Pie Jesu. With Yale Glee Club – Jeffrey Douma, Music Director and Elm City Girls Choir – Rebecca Rosenbaum, Music Director.

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Also of interest is the fact that the personality of composers is often reflected in the passages of text to which they have given particular attention, or even which they have omitted altogether.

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A majestic prelude on full organ prefaces a short but oie celebratory choral anthem. From to he was organist at another Paris church, St. Yet another reason, of course, for requeim high quality of many settings of the Requiem is the fact that they were called into being by the death of someone close to the composer by either blood or temperament.

Here rurufle soloist is Christopher Maltman, luxury casting indeed. The version recorded here would seem the most convincing compromise. University of Rochester Press, As an organist he was particularly renowned for his performances of Bach, whose complete organ works he recorded on LP between andplaying the organ of Soissons Cathedral.

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A baritone soloist was now needed for both the jexu sections, and this seven-movement version was presented, again at the Madeleine, on 21 January An extended organ prelude begins very quietly and eventually rises to a powerful climax. The superb performances of choir and organist are captured in sound of demonstration quality. The performance jdsu is well-nigh ideal, smooth and supple — as the music should sound. A quick search on the web indicates that his compositions include two piano concertos, some twenty organ works, and a fair number of piano solos and miscellaneous pieces.

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After a while the whole choir is heard, singing wordlessly, before the organ takes over the argument in an interlude, much of which is dark, even menacing, in tone. Throughout the Requiem — and, indeed, over the programme as a whole — the singing of the Vasari Singers is nothing short of superb.

Requiem (Duruflé)

It is the composer’s final revision of the work that is recorded here. It is hard to believe that a composer jesuu such fastidious judgement duruufle have given it his approval. Philip Ledger Full orchestra: Introit Requiem Aeternam Kyrie eleison Offertory Domine Jesu Christe Sanctus and Benedictus Pie Jesu Agnus Dei Communion Lux aeterna Libera me In Paradisum The full orchestra version is scored for 3 flutes 2nd and 3rd doubling piccolo2 rrequiem 2nd doubling 2nd cor anglaiscor anglais, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2bassoons, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, timpani, cymbals, bass drum, tamtam, celesta, harp, organ, and strings violins, violas, cellos, and double basses.

The thematic material is mostly taken from the Mass for the Dead in Gregorian chant. And of course his Requiem and a few organ works are unquestionable masterpieces, brilliantly cut and crafted gems that reach the heart with their purity and grace.

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The composer dedicated the Requiem to the memory of his father. At cue 17 in the score track 10, around 3: In fact the reqkiem scoring, very much in the French fashion, is for two jssu — grand orgue and orgue de choeur — but here Jeremy Filsell plays a conflation of the two parts. In practice it is rarely possible to assemble the full orchestra, choruses and organ in a church. This intermediate version gives scope for the organ part to be incorporated in the texture or juxtaposed with other instruments.

Retrieved 26 July The full-orchestra version is scored for 3 flutes 2nd and 3rd doubling piccolo2 oboes 2nd doubling 2nd English hornEnglish horn poe, 2 clarinetsbass clarinet2 bassoons4 French horns3 trumpets3 trombonestubatimpanicymbalsbass drumtamtamcelestaharporganand strings violinsviolascellosand double basses.

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Stephen Pritchard The Observer. The organ part used in the reduced version is different from the organ part used in the version for choir and organ. Much of the music is dark in tone, especially the first of the three sections into which the work is divided. The works we hear in this programme contrast greatly with each other. April Total duration: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

He completed it in September At the time of the commission, he was working on an organ suite using themes from Gregorian chants. It exists in three versions: He also pursued a career as a teacher of the organ first in Paris and later in Geneva.

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The alternative, the reduction for solo organ and choirmay prove inadequate in certain parts of the Requiem where the expressive timbre of durjfle strings is needed. The reduced-orchestra version is scored for 3 trumpetstimpaniharporganand strings violinsviolascellosand double basses.

The Requiem was first published in by Durand in an organ version. The work is set in nine movements. Jexu overall effect is serene. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

He incorporated his sketches for that work into the Requiem, which uses numerous themes from the Gregorian ” Mass for the Dead”. Sulpice, holding that post until his death. It does not adhere to the time-honoured liturgical text and, as the composer saw death as a gentle release from earthly life, the horrors of the Day of Judgement are almost disregarded.

The second section is much more tranquil at the start, responding to the fact that by now the nature of the Psalm itself has changed.