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Mark Hayes
1953 -
United States of America, WI
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M. Hayes
Mark Hayes (28/03/1953) is an American composer and arranger. His predominant output is of choral music in the Christian sacred music and gospel music genres. Hayes was born in Ladysmith, Wisconsin. After receiving a bachelor's degree in piano performance magna cum laude from Baylor University in 1975, he entered a career in composing and arranging music. Hayes' influence in the sacred choral and piano genres have brought him international recognition. Hayes has written numerous choral arrangements of sacred music and has more than 1,000 publications. He has also published several books of arrangements for solo singers and solo piano, including 10 Christmas Songs for Solo Voice, 10 Spirituals for Solo Voice, and 10 Hymns and Gospel Songs for Solo Voice. In 2004, Hayes premiered a contemporary setting of the ancient hymn Te Deum at Carnegie Hall, set for choir and soloists. He is a recurring recipient of the Standard Award from ASCAP, and was given the Dove Award for Praise and Worship Album of the Year in 1986. He also received the Award for Exemplary Leadership in Christian Music from Baylor University Center for Christian Music Studies.
Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Hayes_(composer)
Requiem
Period:21st century
Composed in:2013
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:35'
In memory of:the composer parents
Label(s):Beckenhorst Press
Requiem is a major compositional effort from Mark Hayes for mixed voices and orchestra that combines the traditional with 21st century expression. The work is organized in six movements that outline the time-honored Requiem text. Dedicated to the composer's parents, this is a labor of love that looks to the eternal with hope and glorious musical vision. Its Latin texts are appropriate in both concert and worship settings, and with two optional orchestrations, this work is deserving of a cherished place among the finest settings of the mass. Contents:
- Requiem Aeternam;
- Kyrie;
- Dies Irae;
- Sanctus;
- Agnus Dei
- Lux Aeterna
A major compositional effort from Mark Hayes (2014) that combines the traditional with 21st century expression. The six-movement (35-minute) work, dedicated to the composer's parents, looks to the eternal with hope and glorious musical vision. Its Latin text, with some English, is appropriate in both concert and worship settings. May be performed with piano, or chamber ensemble, or full orchestra.
Source:https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/requiem-sheet-music/19938048 & https://www.jwpepper.com/Requiem/10424958.item#/submit