Frank van Nimwegen
1961 -
The Netherlands
F. van Nimwegen
Frank van Nimwegen (22/08/1961), a Dutch choir conductor and composer of mainly church music, born in Gilze (Noord-Brabant). He studied with Clemens Abers (piano and organ) and at the Brabants Conservatorium. He wrote Four anthems, for SATB and organ. 5 Motets accompagnés, for SATB and organ (1996/1999). 3 a cappella Motets médiévals, 20 Motets grégoriens, for mixed choir a cappella (à la Maurice Duruflé and the Dutch composer Jos van Amelsvoort. Te Deum laudamus, for SATB, 2 trumpets, F horn, 2 trombones and organ, etc.
Period:21st century
Composed in:2003
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass + texts by Humbert Wolfe, John Bunyan, William Shakespeare and Thomas Campion
Label(s):Intrada JVV-127
A requiem for SATB choir, organ, klarinetchoir and soprano solo. It contains:
- Requiem aeternam
- Kyrie
- Cast Thy burden upon the Lord (Bunyon)
- Fear no more the heat o' the sun (Shakespeare)
- Sanctus
- Now in these fairylands (Wolfe) - Pie Jesu
- Agnus Dei
- Author of light (campion)
- Lux aeterna
- In paradisum
Humbert Wolfe (1885 - 1940), an in Italy born, English poet. John Bunyan (1628-1688), William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616) and Thomas Campion (1567 - 1620).
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Humbert Wolfe
John Bunyan
W. Shakespeare
Th. Campion