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João Domingos Bomtempo
1775 - 1842
Portugal
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J.D. Bomtempo
João Domingos Bomtempo (28/12/1775 - 18/08/1842), a Portuguese composer. He was born in Lisbon. His works as a composer are extensive, covering works of the most varied forms of music. The concertos, sonatas, fantasias, and variations which he composed for his instrument of choice, (some with violin accompaniment), combine a brilliant style of composing, much in the style of Clementi, with complete exploration of the music reserves and expressions of the pianoforte. His two surviving symphonies (five others are known to have existed) reveal most about his personality, showing an assimilation, very rare amongst Iberian composers of that time, of the Germanic music of the classical period of Haydn and Mozart.
Author:Luis Miguel Afonso
Requiem (2x)
Period:Early Romanticism
Musical form:masses
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Bomtempo wrote three requiem masses.
Source:Riemann Musik Lexikon
Requiem in C minor
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1819
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:57'39''
In memory of:Luis Vaz de Camões
Label(s):Berlin Classics 0092452 BC
This requiem (opus 23) is called: Requiem to the memory of Camões. The requiem was premiered in 1819 at a private concert in the French capital, and was repeated with great success in London.
There is a serie of coral-symphonic music of considerable importance, and the already mentioned Requiem to the memory of Camões, a mass, two cantatas and various chamber works, such as one for quintet with piano, and a serenade for piano, double bass and wind instruments. His brief incursion into dramatic music includes only some fragments for the opera Alessandro in Efeso.
Author:Luis Miguel Afonso
The requiem opus 23 was composed during a brief stay in Paris in 1819, which explains the French form of the original title: Mees de Requiem consacrée à la mémoire de Camoes. During Portugal's great age of clonial supremacy in the 16th century, Luis Vaz de Camoes (c.1524 - 1578), a first ranking Portuguese poet, had eulogized the deeds of the discoverers and conquerors in his epics and other poems.
Author:Wolfgang Marx
This requiem contains:
- Introitus 9'20
- Dies irae 21'04
- Offertorium 9'10
- Sanctus 2'47
- Benedictus 5'12
- Agnus Dei 11'46
Source:booklet of cd Berlin Classics 0092452 BC
Contributor:Pentti Ruokonen
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Luis Vaz de Camões
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Libera me in C minor
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1835
Musical form:motet
Text/libretto:Latin
Duration:26'24''
In memory of:D. Pedro, duc de Brangança
Label(s):Strauss SP 4029
Libera me in C minor for SATB-soli and mixed choir and orchestra, written in memory of D. Pedro, duc de Brangança.
Source:booklet of cd Strauss SP 4029