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Joseph Leopold Edler von Eybler
1765 - 1846
J.L.E. von Eybler
Joseph Eybler (08/02/1765 - 24/07/1846), an Austrian composer and conductor. Born in Schwechat. Pupil of Albrechtsberger. Eybler nursed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during his last illness and after his death it was to him that the widow at once committed the task of completing Mozart's Requiem.
Source: Grove’s dictionary of music and musicians
Mozart's Requiem
Composed in:1791
Musical form:fragment
Text/libretto:Latin mass
When Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died, his widow Constanze was fearful of losing the commission for the Requiem; only fifty ducats had originally been advanced. She first turned the score over to Joseph Eybler, who had attended Mozart assiduously during his illness and for whom Mozart had written a recommendation for the post of Kappellmeister. Eybler began by completing the orchestration of the "Dies irae", quite respectably, but stopped at the "Confutatis"; at this point, he would have needed to begin 'composing' where Mozart left off.
Source:Source: http://members.tripod.com/~wamozart/requiem.html
Requiem in C minor
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1803
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
In memory of:Emperor Leopold II
Label(s):CPO 999 234-2
Eybler composed his requiem in response to a court commission for a memorial mass for Emperor Leopold II (1747 – 1792). Although the compositional style of Eybler's requiem is clearly oriented toward Albrechtsberger, Haydn, and, of course, Mozart, its lavish orchestration (double choir and rich wind instrumentation) and highly original formal design do indeed attest to an individual expressive will clearly ditinguishing it from run-of-the-mill sacred works of those times.
This Requiem (1803) contains:
01. Requiem
02. Dies Irae
03. Mors Stupedit
04. Liber Scriptus
05. Recordare
06. Confutatis
07. Voca Me
08. Lacrymosa
09. Domine
10. Hostias
11. Sanctus
12. Benedictus
13. Agnus Dei
14. Cum Sanctis
15. Requiem
16. Cum Sanctis

♫ 11. Sanctus
© CPO 999 234-2

♫ 16. Cum Sanctis
© CPO 999 234-2
Author:Ernst Herzog
Source:booklet of cd CPO 999 234-2
Emperor Leopold II
Libera in G minor
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1830c
Musical form:fragment
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Libera in G minor for SATB, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 3 trombones and contrabassoon. It is to be found as a set of manuscript parts in the library of the Hofburgkapelle in Vienna (Shelf no. HK 2545). The manuscript is believed to be from around 1830.
Author:Eric James