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Alphonse D'Eve
1666 - 1727
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A. D'Eve
Alphonse D'Eve (20/08/1666 - 10/10/1727), a Flemish composer and on 05/11/1718 appointed choirmaster at Antwerp Cathedral. He was born in Brussels. Though little is known about d'Ève's early life and education, it is possible he was trained in musical composition by his father, Honoreus Eugenius d'Ève, who served as lieutenant de musique (1662) and maître de musique (1664) in Brussels. Alphonse was documented as a bass singer for the church of St. Andries in Antwerp from 1703 to 1718, after which he left to sing at the Cathedral of Our Lady from 1718 to 1725, where he was later succeeded by Willem de Fesch. His work spread through much of the Netherlands, as evidenced by music inventories in Ghent, Huy, Aalst, and elsewhere.
Most of his works have been lost.
Dies irae
Musical form:motet
Text/libretto:Thomas de Celano
No details available.
Source:Dagny Wegner, Requiemvertonungen in Frankreich zwischen 1670 und 1850, Hamburg, 2005
O Acerbi
Composed in:1720c
Musical form:motet
Label(s):Passacaille 933
Motetus pro defunctis a 5 Voci et 6 Instrumenti Giovanni Picchi
It contains:
01. (Sonata) - O acerbi choir
02. Audite B
03. Quoniam ignis B
04. Ignis et sulphur Choir
05. Circumdederunt me A-T
06. Quae in perpetuum A
07. O mortales A
08. Sicut desiderart cervus A-T-B
09. Quanta solatia T
10. Quanta sunt gaudia Choir

♫ 04. Ignis et sulphur
© Passacaille 933