Choral European Masters Series. Composed by Maurice Durufle and Maurice Durufle European Masters Series. With piano rehearsal part and translations. Published by Editions Durand HL.
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Choral European Masters Series. Composed by Maurice Durufle and Maurice Durufle European Masters Series. With piano rehearsal part and translations. Published by Editions Durand HL. Maurice Durufle based this famous motet on an ancient plainchant melody. This new adaptation makes the motet more accessible by an intelligent redistribution of parts: in its opening and closing sections, the first tenor line is reassigned to the altos, and the alto line is given to the tacet sopranos.
All of Durufle's sumptuous harmonies are retained. For the first time, a piano reduction for rehearsal is included. In the brand-new unison version, the piano provides rich accompaniment; this arrangement is especially suitable for treble choirs, but is equally effective when sung by male or mixed choirs. To play the media you will need to update your Flash plugin.
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Easily share your music lists with friends, students, and the world. This is an arrangement of the original piece by Durufle. Sheet Music Plus could do a better job indicating that this is an arrangement of the original! It is great to have this beautiful piece in 4 parts with no divisi, but I wish it was marked clearly when I This version loses much of the beauty of the original and should be used only if your choir would be challenged by the divisi.
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Its text is attributed to Paulinus of Aquileia in The traditional melody probably also stems from the late 8th century. It is now and then sung at Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and has for a long time been part of the Holy Thursday evening liturgy. The current Roman Catholic Missal , 3rd typical edition reassigned it from the foot-washing mandatum to the offertory procession at the Holy Thursday evening Mass of the Lord's Supper. It also is found in current Anglican and Lutheran hymnals. In the second typical edition of the current Roman Missal , the antiphonal response was altered to read "Ubi caritas est vera, Deus ibi est," after certain very early manuscripts.
Maurice Durufle: Ubi Caritas (N. 1, Op. 10) (Sheet Music)
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Maurice Durufle - Ubi Caritas
Zum Teil zitiert er Originalmelodien des Gregorianischen Chorals, zum Teil lehnen sich seine erfundenen Melodien an die Gregorianik an. Die vier Motetten sind um vier aus verschiedenen Bereichen der Liturgie stammende gregorianische Melodien herum komponiert. Heute werden die Antiphon und einige Verse des Hymnus zur Gabenbereitung gesungen. Tota pulchra es, Maria, et macula originalis non est in te.