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Thierry Lancino
1954 -
France
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Th. Lancino
Thierry Lancino (27/03/1954), a French composer, born in Civray, France.
Thierry Lancino’s lyrical, colorful and bold musical writing lends itself particularly well to the human voice, which features prominently in many of his compositions. He has been awarded the prestigious commission from the Koussevitzky Music Foundation in the Library of Congress (2007) for which he writes a Requiem for a world premiere with Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir at Salle Pleyel, in Paris (January 2010). French writer Pascal Quignard (Goncourt Prize 2002) wrote for it an original text and tells us:“The extraordinary idea that dominates this Requiem and makes it stand out so profoundly from the others, consists precisely in letting side by side – without making a choice – desire for annihilation and desire of eternity”.
Requiem
Period:21st century
Composed in:2009
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Pascal Quignard; Latin Requiem mass, Greek texts
Duration:ca.80'
Label(s):Naxos 8.572771
This Requiem contains:
I - INTROITUS
1 - Prologue: premier chant de la Sibylle
2 - Kyrie
II - SEQUENTIA
3a - Psaume XVIII
3b - Dies Irae
3c - Kriseôs
3d - Tuba mirum
3e - Mors stupebit
3f - Rex tremendae
4 - Ingemisco
5 - Confutatis
6 - Lacrimosa
III - OFFERTORIUM
7 - Offertorium
8 - Second chant de la Sibylle
IV - SANCTUS
9 - Sanctus
10 - Unique chant de David
11 - Benedictus
V - AGNUS DEI
12 - Agnus Dei
13 - Dona eis requiem
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P. Quignard
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