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Duruflé: Complete Choral Works

Houston Chamber Choir, Ken Cowan, Robert Simpson

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Messe “Cum Jubilo” pour choeur de barytons et orgue, Op. 11  
1.1
I. Kyrie
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:44
1.2
II. Gloria
Maurice Duruflé; Eduardo Tercero; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
6:12
1.3
III. Sanctus
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:52
1.4
IV. Benedictus
Maurice Duruflé; Eduardo Tercero; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
1:59
1.5
V. Agnus dei
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
4:04
Quatre Motets sur des thèmes grégoriens pour choeur a cappella, Op.10  
1.6
I. Ubi caritas
Maurice Duruflé; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
2:48
Quatre Motets sur des thèmes grégoriens pour choeur a cappella, Op. 10  
1.7
II. Tota pulchra es
Maurice Duruflé; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
2:06
1.8
III. Tu es petrus
Maurice Duruflé; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
1:01
1.9
IV. Tantum ergo
Maurice Duruflé; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
2:39
1.10
Notre Père pour choeur a cappella
Maurice Duruflé; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
1:30
Requiem pour soli, choeurs et orgue, Op. 9  
1.11
I. Introit
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:32
1.12
II. Kyrie
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:46
1.13
III. Domine Jesu Christe
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
8:34
1.14
IV. Sanctus & Benedictus
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:06
1.15
V. Pie Jesu
Maurice Duruflé; Cecilia Duarte; Norman Fischer; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:14
1.16
VI. Agnus Dei
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
3:48
1.17
VII. Lux aeterna
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
4:14
1.18
VIII. Libera me
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
5:33
1.19
IX. In Paradisum
Maurice Duruflé; Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir; Robert Simpson
2:47
Total Playing Time    68:29
Grammy Award – Producer Of The Year, Classical, 2019 – BLANTON ALSPAUGH Grammy Award – Best Choral Performance, 2019 "No listener could fail to be impressed by both the quality of the compositions and performances." - Cross Rhythms The choral works of Duruflé, like his organ works, are small in number but beautifully crafted. Frequently written and rewritten until he was completely satisfied, he was a composer who rethought and reconfigured his music right up to the moment he had to let go of it. Often described as a man out of step with his times, his pieces look back to Gregorian chant and plainsong at a time when the musical life of his home city of Paris was steeped in radical new compositional ideas – a testament perhaps to Duruflé’s enduring love of France’s choral heritage. In a new recording produced by Grammy® winning producer Blanton Alspaugh, the Houston Chamber Choir are led by artistic director Robert Simpson on their first release with Signum Records.
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