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Daniel Ernest Forrest
1978 -
United States of America
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D.E. Forrest
Daniel (Ernest) Forrest, Jr. (07/01/1978) is an American composer, pianist, and music editor. He is a pianist-turned-composer whose music has already established a lasting presence in the U.S. and abroad. He has been described as “a composer of substance” (Columbus Dispatch), with “superb choral writing…full of spine-tingling moments” (Salt Lake Tribune).
Dan’s choral works have received numerous awards and distinctions, including the ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer’s Award, the ACDA Raymond Brock Award, Meet The Composer grants, the Raabe Prize, the Donald Sutherland Endowment award, numerous ASCAP Standard Awards, and many others. His “A Basque Lullaby” for wind band was included in Volume 8 of the well-known Teaching Music Through Performance In Band series. His music has been broadcast on NPR’s “Performance Today”, and has been performed in leading venues across the country and around the world, including Carnegie Hall, the Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center.
Requiem for the Living
Period:21st century
Composed in:2013
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:40'
Label(s):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uG0cbu5vsmM
Requiem for the Living (August 2013 Hinshaw). Three scorings available: SATB + Full orchestra, chamber ensemble with organ, and expanded chamber ensemble with strings and organ.
I. Introit - Kyrie 10:02
II. Vanitas Vanitatum 06:13
III. Agnus Dei 06:27
IV. Sanctus 07:49
V. Lux Aeterna 10:00