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Maurice Duruflé, Matthew Best , English Chamber Orchestra, Corydon Singers, Ann Murray, Thomas Allen - Requiem, Op 9; Quatre Motets Sur Des Themes Gregoriens, Op 10 album flac

Maurice Duruflé, Matthew Best , English Chamber Orchestra, Corydon Singers, Ann Murray, Thomas Allen - Requiem, Op 9; Quatre Motets Sur Des Themes Gregoriens, Op 10 album flac Performer: Maurice Duruflé
Title: Requiem, Op 9; Quatre Motets Sur Des Themes Gregoriens, Op 10
Released: 1986
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1199 mb
FLAC album: 1392 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Classical

Requiem, Op. 9: III. Domine Jesu Christe. Maurice Duruflé, John Scott, Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, Frederick Teardo. Requiem, Op. 9: In Paradisum. Maurice Duruflé, James Fitzpatrick, The City of Prague Philharmonic Chorus. 9: IV. Sanctus. 9: II. Kyrie eleison. 9: I. Introit. Messe Cum Jubilo pour choeur de barytons et orgue, Op. 11: I. Kyrie. Ken Cowan, Maurice Duruflé, Robert Simpson, Houston Chamber Choir, Blanton Alspaugh.

Requiem, Op. Thomas Allen, Corydon Singers, English Chamber Orchestra & Matthew Best. 4. 5. 9: V. Pie Iesu. Ann Murray, Charles Tunnell, English Chamber Orchestra & Matthew Best. 6. 9: VI. Agnus Dei. 3:50. 7. 9: VII. Lux aeterna. 8. 9: VIII. Libera me. 9. 9: IX. In paradisum.

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The Requiem, Op. 9, is a setting of the Latin Requiem by Maurice Duruflé for a solo voice, mixed choir, and organ, or orchestra with organ. The thematic material is mostly taken from the Mass for the Dead in Gregorian chant. The Requiem was first published in 1948 by Durand in an organ version

Les quatre motets de 1960 sont des morceaux idéaux pour accompagner le Requiem, car chacun est basé sur le chant grégorien approprié, de la même façon que les mouvements de ce dernier. Duruflé révèle son talent particulier pour faire ressortir l’élément spirituel du plain-chant dans un contexte polyphonique tout en obtenant un rythme souple apparenté à la prière humaine. Le disque s’ouvre sur une fanfare chorale en l’honneur de saint Pierre: Tu es Petrus de Maurice Duruflé.

Artists Maurice Duruflé Requiem, Op. 9, Quatre motets sur des thèmes grégoriens (Orchestre colonne feat. choir: Ensemble audite nova de Paris, conductor: Michel Corboz, bass-baritone: José Van Dam, mezzo-soprano: Teresa Berganza). choir: Ensemble audite nova de Paris, conductor: Michel Corboz, bass-baritone: José Van Dam, mezzo-soprano: Teresa Berganza) Maurice Duruflé. This album has an average beat per minute of 92 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 62/134 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Requiem, Op.

Requiem Op 9, 4 Motets Op 10 by Durufle. I tend to agree with Andrew McGregor, who on the album cover notes wrote, In many ways this is an ideal version, preserving as it does the intimacy of the organ-only score and also the expressive and dramatic possibilities of the full orchestral score.

As a composer, Maurice Duruflé was extremely self-critical. The result of this perfectionism is that his music, especially his organ music, holds a very high position in the repertoire. His best known compostions are a Requiem (1947) and a Mass (1967).

In this case, historical performance is not involved: the version of the Duruflé Requiem performed is not the original, but a 1961 revision for mezzo-soprano, chorus, organ, and chamber orchestra. But the forces bring the music close to the overall effect of the Fauré, with boy sopranos of the Choir of King's College connecting the two performances. 10, and the Messe "Cum jubilo," Op. 11, with chorus, organ, and one soloist; each of these could challenge the conception of Duruflé as a one-hit wonder. Yet the biggest news here is the Duruflé Requiem itself, and the way the work retains its slightly otherworldly quality in this intimate version.

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Requiem, Op 9
A1 Introit 3:53
A2 Kyrie 3:56
A3 Domine Jesu Christe
Baritone Vocals – Thomas Allen
9:09
A4 Sanctus 3:24
A5 Pie Jesu
Cello – Charles TunnellSoprano Vocals – Ann Murray
3:59
B1 Agnus Dei 3:51
B2 Lux Aeterna 4:04
B3 Libera Me
Baritone Vocals – Thomas Allen
4:00
B4 In Paradisum 3:05
Quatre Motets, Op 10
B5 Ubi Caritas Et Amor 2:41
B6 Tota Pulchra Es 2:08
B7 Tu Es Petrus 0:52
B8 Tantum Ergo
Soprano Vocals – Mary Seers
3:09

Notes

Recorded 4th & 5th October, 1985

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDA 66191 Duruflé*, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best Duruflé*, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best - Requiem & Four Motets ‎(CD) Hyperion CDA 66191 UK 1986
CDA 20191 Duruflé*, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best Duruflé*, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best - Requiem & Four Motets ‎(CD, Album) Hyperion CDA 20191 UK 2006
KA66191 Duruflé*, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best Duruflé*, English Chamber Orchestra, Matthew Best - Requiem & Four Motets ‎(Cass) Hyperion KA66191 UK 1986