Francis Poulenc’s motet, Salve Regina, is strikingly different from the rest of the music on our December concerts. The other composers clearly. Francis Poulenc (). Category: Anthem. Words. Salve Regina, mater misericordiae, vita, dulcedo et spes nostra, salve, ad te clamamus, exsules filii. Francis Poulenc. Salve-Regina. You can freely and lawfully download a printable score for this Work from IMSLP – the Petrucci Music Library – though it may not.

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Salve Regina, FP 110 (Poulenc, Francis)

At the phrase “ad te suspiramus” “to thee we raise our sighs” the texture and harmony suddenly grow darker. A subtle but effective nuance is created by the men’s voices as they emerge with pictorial design from the lower range alone, to be joined by the upper voices in the pohlenc of the phrase.

Francis Poulenc had little interest in religion until a terrible automobile accident took the life his friend, the composer Pierre-Octave Ferroud. Salve Regina serves as a contrast to the vibrancy of its counterpart, with a text and tone that conveys reverence, penitence, hope, and a much quieter kind of jubilation. The Cambridge SingersJohn Rutter conductor. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. The chordal texture is further broken up for expressive effect at “eia ergo, advocata nostra, illos tuos misericordes oculos” “Therefore, our advocate, [turn] your merciful eyes”.


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The work begins in homophony, a texture that will predominate throughout the work. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Choral Works by Francis Poulenc. Francis Poulenc is now considered to be among the most important composers of choral music of the 20th Century. At the words “Et Iesum” “And Jesus” the ensemble converges on unison and octaves, with a pensive, angular melody, before returning to solemn homophony.

AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. A Hymn to the Virgin. The Sacred Music for Unaccompanied Choir. Mass for Double Choir; Francis Poulenc: The harmonies are both rich and stark, creating a carefully shaped melodic contour that alternately rises, arcs, or descends across each phrase of the text. Music in Honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This collection of Poulenc’s choral works is centered on his masterwork, the Figure Humaine, a work which is a supreme test of stamina, Collegium’s recording offers an extensive selection of Poulenc’s sacred choral music with the Gloria as centrepiece.

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Poulenc F – Salve Regina | The Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge

Celebration of the Spirit [Musica di Angeli]. Stabat Mater; Quintette; Pergolesi: Hymn to the Virgin. The final dissonance resolves into submissive parallel fifths, bringing the work to a solemn close. Choral Classics from Cambridge. Stephen Pouulenc and Polyphony continue to blaze a trail as great interpreters and dazzling performers of a wide range of choral music.

The men begin with a rising melody presented in lush parallel tenths, before being joined by the women on a plaintively leaping line. The text of the other motet, Exultate Deo, invokes the trumpet, tabret, harp, and lute to praise “God, our strength” with tegina “joyful noise”; the musical setting is likewise exclamatory and triumphant, alternating between strict imitation and assertive homophony.