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Stanislaw Moryto
1947 -
Poland
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S. Moryto
Professor Stanisław Moryto (08/05/1947) was born in Poland in Łąck near Nowy Sącz. He studied the organ with Professor Feliks Rączkowski and Composition with Professor Tadeusz Paciorkiewicz. He graduated from the Chopin Academy of Music in 1971 (organ) and 1974 (composition). He was prorector of the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw in 1996-2002 and dean of the Department of Composition, Conducting and Theory of Music in 2002-2005. He was rector of the FCAM in 2005-2008. In 2008 he was re-elected rector of the FCUM for term 2008-2012. He also teaches at the Elsner School of Music in Warsaw. Professor Moryto is the initiator of an editorial series of organ works and an edition of works by contemporary Polish composers. He was co-editor of such works as the 16th-century Cracow Organ Tabulature (two volumes), the Gdańsk Organ Tabulature from 1591, the Warsaw Organ Tabulature from the 18th century, and the first editions of works by contemporary Polish Composers. Professor Moryto has performed throughout Europe in Poland, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Spain, Germany, Hungary, and Italy. He has made many recordings of organ music for Polish and foreign broadcasting companies as well as for recording companies, such as Polskie Nagrania, Polonia Records, MTJ, Sonoton Pro Viva in Munich, and HZ Edition in Berlin. He was President of the Polish Musical Youth Association (1973-1981) and President of the Polish Musical Institute (1981-1997). He is the founder and artistic director of the Organ Music Conversatorium Festival in Legnica. Professor Moryto has received many awards at compositional competitions. His works have been performed at concerts and music festivals in Poland and abroad (Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, The Netherlands, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, South Korea Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and USA).
Missa Brevis Pro Defuntis
Period:21st century
Composed in:2005
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:ca.20'
Label(s):Dux Records DUX 0571
The mass cycles by Stanislaw Moryto featured on this CD (DUX 0571) give listeners a spiritual experience. They can also direct this experience towards a deeper reflection on the mystery of the Eucharist. This is because Moryto is a continuator of the grand tradition of the polyphonic mass as liturgical music. From the formal point of view, the continuity of this tradition is ensured by the normative (invariable) elements of the mass cycle. The principles guiding the use of these elements are defined by the liturgical rules. This concerns primarily the text and, as a consequence, the formal structure of mass, as well as (to a lesser extent) the performance forces. Each of Moryto's masses is different in terms of both performance forces and formal structure.
Source:http://www.hbdirect.com/album_detail.php?pid=1049023
Contributor:Leo Van Roosbroeck
Missa brevis pro defunctis for a cappella mixed choir (2005):
I. Introitus (Requiem aeternam) 2:34
II. Kyrie eleison 1:13
III. Graduale (Requiem aeternam) 1:21
IV. Tractus (Absolve Domine) 3:22
V. Offertorium (Domine Jesu Christe) 3:12
VI. Sanctus 1:14
VII. Agnus Dei 1:51
VIII. Communio (Lux aeterna) 4:48