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Giovanni Francesco Brusa
c.1700 - aft.1768
Italy
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G.F. Brusa
Francesco Brusa -also: Gianfrancesco Bruscia, Brugia, Brusca- (c.1700 - aft.1768), an Italian composer, from Venice. He was known as an organist at the church of San Marco before he began his career as a composer. Towards the end of his life, he was Maestro di Coro at the Incurabili. In Brusa's collection of church music, the Missa pro defunctis is his only surviving mass setting, having been written for the Incurabili musicians in 1767.
Author:Faun Tanenbaum Tiedge
Missa pro defunctis in B flat major
Period:Classicism
Composed in:1767
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:20'10''
Label(s):San Francisco Girls Chorus 1003
The Missa pro defunctis for SSA contains:
I. Introitus: Requiem
II. Kyrie: Maestoso
II. Christe: Andantino
II. Kyrie: Capella
III. Sequentia: Dies Irae
III. Mors Stupebit
III. Judex Ergo Cum Sedebit
III. Quid Sum Miser Tunc Dicturus
III. Rex Tremendae Majestatis
IV. Sanctus
V. Adoramus Te
VI. Agnus Dei
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This requiem was written for the musicians of Ospedale I Incurabili, one of the four Institutions of Charity in Venice in the 18th century.
Author:Herman Ram