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

Join our Mailing List If you’d like to keep up-to-date with Requiwm Singers and our future concerts and recordings, please subscribe here. Here, as throughout the performance, the balance between singers and organ is all that could be desired. His primary concern was the beauty of his music. Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

The singing, from rrquiem distinguished choir, is really fine, and the vocal soloists add their individual refinement most admirably. At cue 17 in the score track 10, around 3: 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 oboes 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.


Pie Jesu – Requiem – Duruflé

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.

From to he was organist at another Paris church, St. Retrieved 3 August There was even a Requiem written for Mozart by Antonio Rosetti. 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 trumpets3 trombonestubatimpanicymbalsbass drumtamtamcelestaharpdurkfleand strings violinsviolascellosand double basses.

This intermediate version gives scope for the organ part to be incorporated in the texture or juxtaposed with other instruments. Andrew Davis Chamber Orchestra: He lived in Paris during one its most chaotic and creative periods, and yet he had no interest in sharing in the salons of the literary and musical elite.

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Here time seems to stand still as we hear a spiritual and wonderfully refined performance. The version recorded here would seem the most convincing compromise.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Er graduierte und wurde sodann Organist an der Kirche St. The Man and His Music.

Email required Address never made public. He incorporated his sketches for that work into the Requiem, which uses numerous themes from the Gregorian ” Mass for the Dead”. Retrieved 26 July Share Album Share this:. 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.


This repertory of liturgical song had become something of a French speciality in the 19th century, and among the scholars working on the chants were a group of Uesu at the Jssu monastery of Solesmesduruflf developed a theory of chant rhythm as a free succession of notes of mostly equal value in groups of two and three.

Collegium Musicum of London. The difference that each made to the other was incalculable, such that neither could have made as profound an impact alone, outside of their alliance. The Solesmes school of chant restoration and performance achieved widespread acceptance in the Catholic church and even some Protestant congregations.

“Pie Jesu” from Duruflé’s Requiem by Randi Short on Prezi

At the same time, he clothed the sometimes archaic-sounding melodies in sophisticated harmonies of the early modern school. In the Classical and Romantic periods many hundreds of composers set the text.

His contribution to this CD is requien world class standard. The alternative, the reduction for solo organ and choirmay prove inadequate in certain parts of the Requiem where the expressive timbre of the strings is needed. So pje little information about him is probably in order and for this I am indebted to Adam Binks, who contributes an excellent booklet note to accompany this disc.