Maurice Duruflé - Requiem / Pieces For Organ / Mass Cum Jubilo mp3 album
|Title:||Requiem / Pieces For Organ / Mass Cum Jubilo|
|Date of release:||1998|
|MP3 album size:||1974 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1159 mb|
|Digital formats:||DTS MP2 MP1 VQF WMA RA MMF|
In 1947, Maurice Duruflé was already working on a suite of pieces for organ based on the Gregorian chants for the requiem mass (the service for the dead), when he was commissioned by his publisher Durand to write a large-scale work based on those texts.
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
Religion Death Memorial. Westminster Cathedral Choir, James O'Donnell. Duruflé: Requiem; Mass 'Cum Jubilo'. Missa "Cum Jubilo", for baritone, baritone chorus, orchestra & organ, Op. 11. 15.
Maurice Duruflé: Complete organ works. Duruflé: Requiem, Four Motets, Messe Cum Jubilo. Easter Classical Music. Duruflé: Pièces pour orgue (Aux grandes orgues de l'église Saint-Étienne-du-Mont de Paris et de la cathédrale de Soissons). More Maurice Duruflé. Listen to Durufle: Complete Music for Choir and Organ (Requiem, Messe 'Cum jubilo' Motets, Organ Music) now. Listen to Durufle: Complete Music for Choir and Organ (Requiem, Messe 'Cum jubilo' Motets, Organ Music) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Maurice Durufl Messe Cum Jubilo II. Gloria (Choir of St John s College, Cambridge, Iain Farrington - organ, Christopher Robinson - conductor). Maurice Durufl Messe Cum Jubilo IV. Benedictus (Choir of St John s College, Cambridge, Iain Farrington - organ, Christopher Robinson - conductor). Maurice Durufl Messe Cum Jubilo III. Sanctus (Choir of St John s College, Cambridge, Iain Farrington - organ, Christopher Robinson - conductor).
Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem O., first performed in 1947 under the direction of Roger Désormière, is known in three versions, as remarks François-René Tranchefort: one with a large orchestra and organ, another with solo organ; and finally a church version, as it is called, with a small orchestra, published in 1961, no doubt the one that is best suited to the. spirit of the work (that is, for organ and string quintet with, if one wishes, a harp, two or three trumpets, and two, three or four kettledrums). His output was not very abundant, but his Requiem, Four Motets, Mass Cum Jubilo, and organ pieces remain inspired, and are as such invaluable. The present recording relies on the 1961 version and the result is a small miracle of balance, refinement, and restrained passion.
Nowadays, Maurice Duruflé is best known for a choice clutch of organ pieces, and for the choral Requiem that is the focus of this collection. A contemporary of Messiaen at the Paris Conservatoire, Duruflé (1902-1986) studied with Tournemire and Vierne, and his own music - what there is of it - is very much part of the early-20th-century French tradition, with the inflections of plainsong giving it a flavour all its own. Those origins are obvious in the Requiem, which began as a suite of organ pieces each based on a plainchant from the mass for the dead
Missa "Cum Jubilo" for baritone, baritone chorus, orchestra & organ, Op. 11 11. 1. Kyrie 1. The chorus, a weak element in the Requiem, shines brighter on the rest of the disc, which gathers all of Duruflé's choral music. The Mass is more assertive than the Requiem and should be heard more often. It gets a powerful performance here, as do the miniature Motets, intense in their restrained beauties.
|1-3||Domine Jesu Christe||8:28|
|1-10||Prélude, Adagio Et Choral Varié Sur Le "Veni Creator" Op.4||21:10|
|1-11||Prélude In E Flat Minor (From Suite Op. 5)||7:52|
|1-12||Sicilienne (From Suite Op. 5)||6:21|
|Mass "Cum Jubilo" Op. 11|
|Four Motets On Gregorian Themes Op. 10|
|2-7||Tota Pulchra Es||1:41|
|2-8||Tu Es Petrus||0:49|
|Three Dances For Orchestrea Op. 6|
|2-13||Scherzo Op. 12||6:03|
|Prélude Et Fugue Sur Le Nom D'Alain|
- Baritone Vocals – Roger Soyer (tracks: 2-1 - 2-5)
- Bass Vocals – Xavier Depraz (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9)
- Choir – Chorale Philippe Caillard (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9), Chorale Stéphane Caillat (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9, 2-1 - 2-9)
- Composed By – Maurice Duruflé
- Conductor – Maurice Duruflé (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9, 2-1 - 2-3, 2-10 - 2-12)
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Hélène Bouvier (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9)
- Orchestra – Orchestre De L'Association Des Concerts Lamoureux (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9), Orchestre National De L' O. R. T. F.* (tracks: 2-1 - 2-5, 2-10 2-12)
- Organ – Marie-Madeleine Duruflé-Chevalier (tracks: 1-1 - 1-9, 2-1 - 2-5, 2-13 - 2-16), Maurice Duruflé (tracks: 1-10 - 1-12, 2-10 - 2-12)
Notes1-1 - 1-9 recorded 1959.
1-10 - 1-12 recorded 1963.
2-1 - 2-5 recorded 1971
2-6 - 2-9 recorded 1965
2-10 - 2-12 recorded 1968
2-13 - 2-15 recorded 1963
Contains 6p leaflet
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 3984-24235-2 6
- Label Code: LC 0200
- SPARS Code: ADD