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John Harbison: Requiem

Nashville Symphony Chorus, Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Giancarlo Guerrero, Jessica Rivera, Michaela Martens, Nicholas Phan, Kelly Markgraf, Jun Iwasaki

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Requiem, Pt. 1  
1.1
I. Introit
John Harbison; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
6:38
1.2
II. Sequence I. Dies irae
John Harbison; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
4:18
1.3
III. Sequence II. Tuba mirum
John Harbison; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
2:23
1.4
IV. Sequence III. Liber scriptus
John Harbison; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
1:54
1.5
V. Sequence IV. Quid sum miser
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Michaela Martens; Nicholas Phan; Kelly Markgraf; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
2:46
1.6
VI. Sequence V. Recordare
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Michaela Martens; Nicholas Phan; Kelly Markgraf; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
6:53
1.7
VII. Sequence VI. Confutatis - Lacrymosa
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Michaela Martens; Nicholas Phan; Kelly Markgraf; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
6:36
Requiem, Pt. 2  
1.8
VIII. Offertorium
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Michaela Martens; Nicholas Phan; Kelly Markgraf; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
7:13
1.9
IX. Sanctus
John Harbison; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
3:41
1.10
X. Agnus Dei
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Kelly Markgraf; Michaela Martens; Jun Iwasaki; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
3:09
1.11
XI. Lux aeterna
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Michaela Martens; Nicholas Phan; Kelly Markgraf; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
2:58
1.12
XII. Libera me
John Harbison; Jessica Rivera; Michaela Martens; Nicholas Phan; Kelly Markgraf; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
3:45
1.13
XIII. In paradisum
John Harbison; Nashville Symphony Chorus; Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero
2:15
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    54:29
Pulitzer Prize-winner and MacArthur fellow John Harbison has composed a Requiem for our times- a moving choral work that incorporates the composer’s distinctive sensibilities while drawing deeply on the tradition of Latin sacred music. Completed in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Harbison’s Requiem is full of dramatic passages from singers and musicians alike, with abundant opportunities for vocal soloists, brass and percussion to shine. “I wanted my piece to have a sense of the inexorability of the passage of time,” the composer says, “for good and ill, of the commonality of love and loss.” Giancarlo Guerrero is the six-time Grammy-winning music director of the Nashville Symphony, music director of the Wroclaw Philharmonic in Poland, and principal guest conductor of the Gulbenkian Orchestra in Lisbon, Portugal. A passionate proponent of new music, he has championed a number of America’s most respected composers through recordings, commissions, and eight world premieres with the Nashville Symphony, including the Grammy-winning recording of Michael Daugherty’s Tales of Hemingway
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