Morten Lauridsen – Lux Aeterna – The Choral Music of Morten Lauridsen – Chamber Choir of Europe – Nicol Matt. Lux aeterna was greeted by The Times after its London premiere thus: ‘a ‘ Conventional choral wisdom suggests that the American Morten Lauridsen is a. Lux aeterna. (). by Morten Lauridsen. Description: SATB choir with chamber orchestra, or organ (separate organ part necessary); Duration: 27; Genres.
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Bass 1 Bass 2. After the orchestral motifs from the beginning reenter, the movement concludes with the chorus intoning their opening theme, this time accompanied by a solo cello. This engagement with the past never approaches pastiche, however, for Lauridsen assimilates both chant and sixteenth-century music into a personal idiom that has been formed through an abiding love of lyricism as found especially in classical art song and that of the American musical theatre.
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The text, drawn from the twelfth century sequence lauricsen Pentecost, has a marked rhythm which Lauridsen realizes in an exuberant triple meter; its setting employs a simple orchestral accompaniment to the spirited choral singing, appropriately at its most florid in the central stanza, which references light. Clear and shimmering sound, plus Hyperion’s usual complete and user-friendly booklet, make it all the more attractive.
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His Latin sacred settings, such as the Lux Aeterna and motets, aetrena reference Gregorian chant plus Medieval and Renaissance procedures while blending them within a freshly contemporary sound while other works such as the Madrigali and Cuatro Canciones are highly chromatic or atonal. The three Latin motets recorded here inhabit a chaste realm far removed from the searing passions of the Madrigali, and, indeed, these scores can be considered as ,auridsen revolving around the larger heavenly body of Lux aeterna.
Agnus Dei – Lux Aeterna. A Winter Come on poems by Howard Moss. February 11, 25,th Hit: Throughout the opening movement of Lux aeterna, the composer creates the effect of musical chiaroscuro by deepening the predominant mood of inner poise and grace with touches of solemnity and inwardness.
The cellos and basses supply the downbeat only to the central movement of the cycle, the a cappella motet, “O nata lux” O Born Lightwith text from a hymn for the Divine Office. Bach – B Minor Lix. In this motet, Lauridsen subtly adapts the plainchant melody, adorning it with contrapuntal elaborations that create a glowing nimbus of sound.
None are quite as exquisitely nuanced or sung with such glowing vocal sheen as this. Clouds of gray loom in the skies, and deft rays of sunlight filter through the trees and touch on water with an ever-changing chiaroscuro lauridseh. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Tenor lud Tenor 2. Lauridsen composed the requiem Lux Aeterna inthe year his mother died.
Oxford University Press, Last updated October 18, In this light-filled continuum of sacred texts, old world structures and llauridsen world spirit intertwine in a cunningly written score, at once sensuous and spare. If you would like to prevent pop-ups you may obtain a free version Pop-Up Stopper at www.
Choir MIDI Learning Files – Lauridsen Lux Aeterna
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