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DANIELPOUR, R.: American Requiem (An) (Pacific Chorale, Pacific Symphony, St. Clair)

DANIELPOUR, R.: American Requiem (An) (Pacific Chorale, Pacific Symphony, St. Clair)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Pacific Symphony Orchestra


St Clair, Carl


Carl St. Clair

Soloist

Hugh Smith

Soloist

Mark Oswald

Soloist

Stephanie Blythe

Soloist

Pacific Chorale



Record Label
Reference Recordings CD

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 62:50
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DANIELPOUR, R.: American Requiem (An) (Pacific Chorale, Pacific Symphony, St. Clair)

     
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FELIX MASS TEXT

 

An American Requiem

 
1 Introit: Requiem - Vigil I - Kyrie 12:43
 Stephanie Blythe Soloist
     
 

RICHARD DANIELPOUR

2 Dies Irae 12:18
 Stephanie Blythe Soloist
     
 

FELIX MASS TEXT

3 Vigil II - Lacrimosa - Pie Jesu 6:10
 Stephanie Blythe Soloist
     
 

RICHARD DANIELPOUR

4 Sanctus 4:46
 Stephanie Blythe Soloist
     
5 Benedictus 2:48
 Hugh Smith Soloist
     
6 Lay this Body Down 3:53
 Mark Oswald Soloist
     
7 Agnus Dei 4:56
 Stephanie Blythe Soloist
     
8 Libera Me - Not in Our Time 8:12
 Stephanie Blythe Soloist
     
9 Lux Aeterna 7:04
 Carl St. Clair Soloist
 St Clair, Carl


 We were recently honored to be chosen to record and produce the premiere recording of an exciting new work by American composer Richard Danielpour, AN AMERICAN REQUIEM, which is dedicated to the lives lost on September 11. It was commissioned and premiered by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and the 150-voice Pacific Chorale. The “Prof.” Johnson HDCD recording was made with the original cast in Segerstrom Hall in Costa Mesa, California, home of the Pacific Symphony. Be among the first to experience this compelling new work!

"All [the participants] are touching and intensely involved in projecting the pain and healing inherent in such a work . . . Danielpour [is] tender and tasteful, and you can’t knock that as a way to memorialize the sufferings of last year." 
 
Stephanie von Buchau - San Francisco Examiner

"A deeply-felt, well-crafted and often moving piece that undoubtedly deserves wider recognition and that is well worth more than the occasional hearing." 

 
Hubert Culot - Classical Music on the Web



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