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Colin John Beverley Mawby
1936 - 2019
Great Britain, England / Ireland
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C.J.B. Mawby
Colin Mawby (09/05/1936 - 24/11/2019), an English composer, choirmaster and Master of Music at Westminster Cathedtral, born in Portsmouth.
Libera me, Domine
Composed in:1963
Musical form:fragment
In memory of:Cardinal William Godfrey
Libera me, Domine was written in 1963 for the Requiem of Cardinal William Godfrey (1889 - 1963), the Archbishop of Westminster.
Author:Colin Mawby
Cardinal Godfrey
De profundis
Composed in:1975
Musical form:fragment
In memory of:Cardinal John Carmel Heenan
De profundis was written in 1975 for the Requiem of Cardinal John Carmel Heenan (1905 - 1975), the Archbishop's of Westminster.
Author:Colin Mawby
Cardinal Heenan
Composed in:1989
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Label(s):Querstand VKJK 1006
A requiem mass for SATB (div. with soli), organ, choir and instruments. Duration: 35 min. Text: traditional Latin mass for the dead.
Pie Jesu Domine
Composed in:1993
Musical form:fragment
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Requiem fragment for SATB choir (div. with solo). Duration: 4 min.
Requiem for Roger
Composed in:1996
Requiem for choir SATB (div. with soli). Duration: 10 min.
Blessed are those who die in the Lord
Composed in:1999
Musical form:fragment
In memory of:Cardinal Basil Hume
Mawby wrote a piece especially for the Requiem of Cardinal Basil Hume (1923 - 1999)
The piece I wrote for Basil Hume's requiem was a responsorial psalm: Blessed are those who die in the Lord. The remainder of the mass was a mixture of plainchant, polyphony, and hymns. They also sang Faure's "In paradisum". A lot of this was to enable the congregation to join in the singing. The mass was attended by both the British and Irish Prime Ministers.
Author:Colin Mawby
Cardinal Hume
Requiem of hope
Period:21st century
Composed in:2002
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Latin mass, Henry Vaughan, John Henry Newman
Requiem of hope (written 1996 - 2002) is a setting for soprano, mixed voices and organ or orchestra. The Latin text of Requiem of hope is taken from the requiem mass. The following English texts are also included: Celtic Blessing (traditional), Meditation by Henry Vaughan, a Welsh poet (1622 - 1695), Communion Motet by cardinal John Henry Newman (1801 - 1890).
It contains:
- Celic blessing
- Introit and Kyrie
- Meditation
- Offertory
- Sanctus and Benedictus
- Agnus Dei
- Communion Motet and Antiphon
- Libera me, Domine
- In paradisum
Cardinal Newman