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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Throughout the Requiem — and, indeed, over the programme as a whole — the singing of the Vasari Singers is nothing short of superb. Retrieved 26 July Email required Address never made public. In he was appointed Professor of Composition at the Paris Conservatoire, but he tired of his career as organist, choirmaster and requidm teacher and found fulfilment only at the age of sixty when the Conservatoire made him its Reqyiem.

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The superb performances of choir and organist are captured in sound of demonstration quality. He composed a surprisingly small amount of music, working slowly durufoe diligently with a focus on detail that required years of revision before a piece entered the public repertoire.

Retrieved 3 August Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Much of the music is dark in tone, especially the first of the three sections into which the work is divided. Its companion is a much more substantial offering. Sometimes the musical text was completely respected, the orchestral part intervening only to support or comment on it; sometimes I was simply inspired by it or left it completely, for example in certain developments suggested by the Latin text, notably in the Domine Jesu Christe, the Sanctus and the Libera.

He graduated in and became in turn organist of St Sulpice and choirmaster eventually organist as well of the church of the Madeleine. University of Rochester Press, Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a lie version or update your Flash plugin. Don’t show me this message again.


The baritone soloist has parts in the third movement, Domine Jesu Christeand the penultimate movement, Libera me. The full-orchestra version is scored for 3 flutes 2nd and 3rd doubling piccolo2 oboes 2nd doubling 2nd English hornEnglish horn2 clarinetsbass clarinet2 bassoons4 French horns3 trumpetsvurufle trombonestubatimpanicymbalsbass drumtamtamcelestaharporganand strings violinsviolascellosand double basses.

The site is also available in several languages. The opening section opens in sepulchral depths.

Miss Connolly is in radiant form. She spoke for him, and, it must be said, she protected him from the public and was a keeper of his secrets. The sketches already on his desk proved themselves an ideal starting point, the plainsong becoming the basis dirufle the whole work, unifying it and breathing into it the timelessness and meditative spirituality that are duruflle essence.

The Requiem Mass is the solemn liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church sung to honour the departed and to ask for rest for their immortal souls the Latin word ‘requiem’ is best translated as ‘rest’.

He makes a fine impression in both solos, leaving the listener wishing that the role was more substantial.

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You are commenting using your Facebook account. The version recorded here would seem the most convincing compromise. He also pursued a career as a teacher of the organ first in Paris and later in Geneva.

Jesh extended organ prelude begins very quietly and eventually rises to a powerful climax. This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat The reduced orchestra version is scored for 3 trumpets, timpani, harp, organ, and strings violins, violas, cellos, and double basses.

November im Alter von neunundsiebzig Jahren in Paris. Collegium Musicum of London.

This intermediate version gives scope for the organ part to be incorporated in the texture or juxtaposed with other instruments. The duruflf is disciplined, expressive, expertly controlled and the internal balance is faultless to my ears.


If you’d like to keep up-to-date with Vasari Singers and our future concerts and recordings, please subscribe here. The works we hear in this programme contrast greatly with each other. Musically it may be more a succession of moments than a structured entity, but the sum of those moments, each delivered with consummate attention to detail by an extraordinarily able choir and an astonishingly perceptive organist, is a performance not drufle of Technicolor magic but some emotional depth too.

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Robert Matthew-Walker Musical Opinion. In fact the original scoring, very much in the French fashion, is for two organs — grand orgue and orgue de choeur — but here Jeremy Filsell plays a conflation of the two parts. He incorporated his sketches for that work into the Requiem, which uses numerous themes from the Gregorian ” Mass for the Dead”.

Requirm challenge is met completely and convincingly in this splendid performance.

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A baritone soloist was now needed for both the added sections, and this seven-movement version was presented, again at the Madeleine, on 21 January When seated within such durulfe tonalities and underpinned with modal harmonies, the emotional impact is heightened, yet somehow the all-pervading tranquillity and spiritual optimism is maintained. He rescored the work for small orchestra in A majestic prelude on full organ prefaces a short but impressive celebratory choral anthem.

Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. April Total duration: She sings with a rich brown, uesu tone, caressing each phrase, responding eloquently to the text and spinning a glorious line throughout. John Quinn MusicWeb International.