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Félicien-César David
1810 - 1876
F.-C. David
Félicien (César) David (13/04/1810 – 29/08/1876) was a French composer. David wrote a number of operas, of which the most notable are Christophe Colomb (1847), La perle du Brésil (1851), Herculanum (1859), and Lalla-Roukh (1862). Amongst his oratorios are Moïse au Sinaï ('Moses on Sinai') (1846), and Eden (1848).
David became a member of the Légion d'honneur in 1862 and was given a civil pension. On the death of Berlioz in 1869, he took his place in the Institut de France. He died in Le Pecq (now Saint-Germain-en-Laye) in the département Yvelines, close to Paris, in 1876.
Pie Jesu
Musical form:motet
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Label(s):Ediciones Singulares ES 1028
Pie Jesu, part of Motets religieux nr.4
Source:booklet of cd Ediciones Singulares ES 1028

♫ Pie Jesu
© Ediciones Singulares ES 1028