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CHAN 5045
Eternal Rest

Mantyjarvi/ Ticheli/Martin/Clausen: Choral Works

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2006

Originally recorded in 2006

Artists:

Charles Bruffy


Phoenix Bach Choir


Kansas City Chorale



Venue:

Camelback Bible Church, Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA



Producer:

Blanton Alspaugh



Engineer:

Mark Donahue



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 59:24
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Eternal Rest

 

JAAKKO MANTYJARVY

(b. 1963)
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1 

Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae (1997)

13:34
  In memoriam naufragii Estoniae 28.ix.1994  
  Kira Z. Rugen alto - Bryan Taylor bass  
  Andante, rubato. 'Lux aeterna luceat eis, Domine' -  
  Andante pesante. 'Domine, miserere, Domine' -  
  Con moto. 'Qui descendunt mare in navibus' -  
  Poco men mosso. '. . .et descendunt usque ad abyssios' -  
  Con moto. 'Anima eorum in malis tabescebat' -  
  L'istesso tempo. '. . .devorata est' -  
  Più mosso. Et clamaverunt ad Dominum' -  
  Un poco stringendo. 'Et clamaverunt ad Dominum' -  
  Tempo precedente. '. . .et stauit procellam eius' -  
  Andante pesante. 'Requiem aeternam'  
 

FRANK TICHELI

(b. 1958)
2 

There will be rest (2000)

7:47
  Tempo rubato  
 

FRANK MARTIN

(1890-1974)
 

Messe pour double chœur (1922, revised 1926)

30:12  
3 Kyrie. Lent 6:06
4 Gloria. Calme sans tratner 6:26
5 Credo. [ ] 5:46
6 Sanctus. [ ] 5:23
7 Agnus Dei. Andante 6:18
   
 

RENE CLAUSEN

(b. 1953)
8 

In Pace (1997)

8:04
  In Memory of Cantor Stuart Pittle of Temple Judea of Coral Gables, Gloria  
  Sostenuto  
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Only the hardest heart will fail to be moved by this CD. The overall mood is one of peace and tranquillity, just occasionally tinged by underlying tensions, and a sumptuous example of the ‘spiritual’ music several composers (Pärt. Tavener and Rautavaara spring to mind) are writing today… Highly recommended.
The Organ

This performance has some stiff competition…but it easily holds its own.
BBC Music Magazine

By any reckoning this CD features astonishing singing. Pitch, intonation and ensemble are exactly where they need to be. Although there are miles and miles of soft singing on this disc, not once do the singers lose their tonal focus, and the intensity of sound actually seems to increase as the dynamic level increases…. To pile miracle upon miracle, Chandos has given the singers engineering which is both limpid and powerful. This would be a good disc with which to test you systems high-end response. God forbid that this ‘Eternal Rest’ should feed mere audiophilia, however!
International Record Review

Bruffy’s combined choirs lovingly convey the sensuality of all the music on this disc… The surround recording floats the choirs in a fair amount of air, but doesn’t drown them in a cathedral acoustic. For the quality of the compositions, performances, and sound, this is a highly desirable disc.
Fanfare




*****
F Pamphilion