Douwe Eisenga | Requiem 1953

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Requiem 1953

by Douwe Eisenga

The Dutch composer Douwe Eisenga combines in his immediately convincing Requiem 1953 the Latin tradition with modern texts and recognizable, sometimes medieval musical forms.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Introitus
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2. Abyssus Misericordiae
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13:19 album only
3. The Village
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4. Nubes Oscuras
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5. All Summer Long
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6. Kyrie / Lux Aeterna
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5:24 $0.99
7. Like A Promise
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8. Libera Me
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14:10 album only
9. Requiem Aeternam
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The Dutch composer Douwe Eisenga combines in his immediately convincing Requiem 1953 the Latin tradition with modern texts and recognizable, sometimes medieval musical forms. A wealth of effective contrasts and relief in this music reminds sometimes to Verdi, the frenetic rythmic choire-pieces refer to the Carmina Burana. According to the Dutch press Requiem ’53 is an enchanting requiem.


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