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Duruflé & Howells: Requiems

Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, John Scott & Frederick Teardo

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Resonus' final release in its series of recordings made by choral conductor John Scott and the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys covers two major works at the heart of their repertoire, the Requiem by Herbert Howells, and the Requiem, Op. 9 by Maurice Duruflé. Scott favored large-scale works by post-Romantic composers, and even though Howells and Duruflé reflected different musical styles, the gentle moods and lyricism of these pieces show a common humanistic understanding of death. The terrors of Judgment Day are far removed from these placid choral works, and it is significant that Howells and Duruflé rejected the Dies Irae sequence of the Missa pro defunctis, following the examples set before them by Johannes Brahms in Ein deutsches Requiem and Gabriel Fauré in his Requiem, Op. 48. Yet Howells' 1936 setting of non-standard texts in English also shows an affinity with Henry Walford Davies' Short Requiem in D, a 1915 work that clearly influenced Howells' use of psalms and minimal references to the Latin liturgy. Duruflé's Requiem, composed in 1947, follows the same Latin texts that Fauré had set, and similarly projects a feeling of calm acceptance and consolation. Between these extraordinary works is a short a cappella choral work by Ralph Vaughan Williams, on an excerpt from John Bunyan's A Pilgrim's Progress, which serves as a melancholy meditation appropriate to the program.
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1
Requiem: I. Salvator mundi
00:02:20

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Herbert Howells, Composer - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Novello & Co., MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

2
Requiem: II. Psalm 23
00:02:30

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Herbert Howells, Composer - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Novello & Co., MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

3
Requiem: III. Requiem aeternam I
00:03:05

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Herbert Howells, Composer - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Novello & Co., MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

4
Requiem: IV. Psalm 121
00:02:45

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Herbert Howells, Composer - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Novello & Co., MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

5
Requiem: V. Requiem aeternam II
00:03:33

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Herbert Howells, Composer - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Novello & Co., MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

6
Requiem: VI. I Heard a Voice from Heaven
00:04:13

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Herbert Howells, Composer - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Novello & Co., MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

7
Valiant-for-truth
00:05:30

Ralph Vaughan Williams, Composer - John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - OUP, MusicPublisher - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

8
Requiem, Op. 9: I. Introit
00:03:48

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

9
Requiem, Op. 9: II. Kyrie eleison
00:03:52

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

10
Requiem, Op. 9: III. Domine Jesu Christe
00:07:58

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

11
Requiem, Op. 9: IV. Sanctus
00:03:37

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

12
Requiem, Op. 9: V. Pie Jesu
00:03:21

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

13
Requiem, Op. 9: VI. Agnus Dei
00:04:06

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

14
Requiem, Op. 9: VII. Lux aeterna
00:04:03

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

15
Requiem, Op. 9: VIII. Libera me
00:05:28

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

16
Requiem, Op. 9: IX. In paradisum
00:02:57

John Scott, Conductor, MainArtist - Maurice Duruflé, Composer - Frederick Teardo, MainArtist - Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, Fifth Avenue, New York, MainArtist - Durand Editions Musicales, MusicPublisher

(C) 2017 Resonus Limited (P) 2011 Saint Thomas Church

Album Description

Resonus' final release in its series of recordings made by choral conductor John Scott and the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys covers two major works at the heart of their repertoire, the Requiem by Herbert Howells, and the Requiem, Op. 9 by Maurice Duruflé. Scott favored large-scale works by post-Romantic composers, and even though Howells and Duruflé reflected different musical styles, the gentle moods and lyricism of these pieces show a common humanistic understanding of death. The terrors of Judgment Day are far removed from these placid choral works, and it is significant that Howells and Duruflé rejected the Dies Irae sequence of the Missa pro defunctis, following the examples set before them by Johannes Brahms in Ein deutsches Requiem and Gabriel Fauré in his Requiem, Op. 48. Yet Howells' 1936 setting of non-standard texts in English also shows an affinity with Henry Walford Davies' Short Requiem in D, a 1915 work that clearly influenced Howells' use of psalms and minimal references to the Latin liturgy. Duruflé's Requiem, composed in 1947, follows the same Latin texts that Fauré had set, and similarly projects a feeling of calm acceptance and consolation. Between these extraordinary works is a short a cappella choral work by Ralph Vaughan Williams, on an excerpt from John Bunyan's A Pilgrim's Progress, which serves as a melancholy meditation appropriate to the program.
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