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CS 0520

Fauré: Requiem and other sacred music

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2014

Originally recorded in 1984

Artists:

Members of the City of London Sinfonia

Orchestra

John Rutter

Conductor


Melanie Marshall

Alto

John Scott

Organ

Ruth Holton

Soprano

The Cambridge Singers

Choral

Record Label
Collegium Records

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 61:47
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GABRIEL FAURÉ

     
 

Requiem

 
1 Introït et Kyrie 5:55
2 Offertoire 8:21
3 Sanctus 3:03
4 Pie Jesu 3:29
5 Agnus Dei 5:17
6 Libera me 4:30
7 In paradisum 3:41
  John Rutter (arr.)  
 John Scott Organ
     
8 

Ave verum Corpus

3:37
   
 John Scott Organ
     
9 

Tantum ergo

2:28
   
 Ruth Holton Soprano
 Melanie Marshall Alto
 John Scott Organ
     
10 

Ave Maria

1:55
   
 John Scott Organ
     
11 

Maria, Mater gratiae

2:49
   
 John Scott Organ
     
12 

Cantique de Jean Racine

6:40
  John Rutter (arr.)  
 
     
 

Messe Basse

 
13 Kyrie eleison 2:10
14 Sanctus 2:10
15 Benedictus 2:30
16 Agnus Dei 3:12
   
 Ruth Holton Soprano
     
 John Rutter Conductor


 2010 sees the re-release at mid-price of John Rutter’s Gramophone Award-winning 1984 recording of Fauré’s Requiem.  The first-ever performance on disc of the work in its intimate original version – famously re-discovered by Rutter in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris after a century of neglect – it remains one of the timeless jewels in the crown of the Collegium catologue. 

 
Hailed on release as ‘the Fauré Requiem of the future’ (Music Week), Rutter’s performance with the Cambridge Singers and members of the City of London Sinfonia has transformed the way in which we view one of the great works of European sacred music, and remains definitive.
 
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