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He died in St. In his busy piece we find the melody, rhythm and colors found in folk music. Polka sparkles and is followed by a joyful Fugue with a glorious "Amen" closing. Franz Liszt Symphonic Poem No. This second, symphonic piece with its use of solo organ between orchestral passages is very dramatic. Its dark tonal colors, agitated strings and soft rolling drums create a ghost-like sound. The feeling of foreboding holds a suppressed rage until the battle breaks.

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The battle cry is announced by the horns and is taken up by the strings. Against the raucous battle music in the orchestra we hear the ancient plainchant melody Crux fidelis in the trombones to represent the Christians. The rival themes become wilder and wilder until the Christian theme wins out. The second half of the tone poem is mainly a meditation on the chorale in episodes by organ or lushly romantic strings in hymns and Amens where the organ predominates and has a brief solo last word.

The orchestra played well in what this listener found to be a strange composition. The Requiem , Op. The symphony was joined by a voice chorus. Maestro Kunkel gave us some background. The Requeim is his crowning achievement and uses the Gregorian chant he was so taken with as a child but now dressed in 20th century clothes. Larkin, who prepared the program booklet, has done a masterful job of describing the craftmanship that went into this beautiful music. From the opening Introit the performance was outstanding.


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  6. Quiet strings and male voices sing "Rest eternal, grant them Lord. The chant flows into the Kyrie with rich layers of one group of voices over another with a trumpet line making the flow seamless as it builds into a glorious climax, followed by a gentle slacking off. A quiet organ leads us into Domine Jesu Christe with the females singing. Drum strikes lead into an intense vocal sequence of great excitement. A dreamy organ interlude follows leading back to the original chant melody by the female voices. All of this prepares us for the melodious baritone of Charles Stanton in texts that ask that souls of the departed pass into a new life.

    Quietly, wave upon wave of organ and voice builds in intensity as the Sanctus unfolds. The beautiful consoling voice of mezzo-soprano Lisa Relaford Coston accompanied by cello weaves a magical Pie Jesu , pleading for everlasting rest. In the Agnus Dei the enfolding mood continues as the women repeat the message of eternal rest. A disharmony develops within their vocal lines, only to resolve. The male voices offer the same message.

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    Lux eterna , eternal rest bathed in light, is for women's chorus. A repeat of the text with cello and bass instruments and with men joining is a layer of richness added to the sound. The men are centered in the choir and lead us into an intensity of all forces joined which sets the stage for Libera me with two solo passages by Mr.


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