A review of music written using Latin texts in service of the liturgy of the Catholic Church encompassing music written in all periods with a concentration on contemporary composers.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Triduum 2011

Thursday, 21st of April
At Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral (OF 1930), Leeds Cathedral (OF 1900), S. Mary's Cadogan Street (OF 2000), the London Oratory (OF 1830), S. James, Spanish Place (OF 1830), Westminster Cathedral (OF 1800) Ubi Caritas (Duruflé). At Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (OF 1900) Messiaen's Le Banquete Celeste, Rubbra's Missa in honore Sancti Dominici, and the Ubi Caritas and Tantum Ergo of Duruflé. At Southwark Cathedral (OF 1930) Jean Langlais' Messe Solenelle & Maurice Duruflé's Ubi caritas & Tantum ergo.

Friday, 22nd of April
At Brentwood Cathedral (OF 1500) Samuel Barber's Agnus Dei. At Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (OF 1500) Poulenc's Timor et Tremor & Vinea mea electa.

Saturday, 23rd of April
At Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (OF 2100) & Westminster Cathedral (OF 2030) the Messe Solonnelle of Louis Vierne. At Liverpool Dextera Domini of Mervyn Cousins. At the Oxford Oratory (OF 2100) Sicut cervus desiderat by Victor Huble (1888-1954) At Southwark Cathedral (OF 2030) Jean Langlais' Messe Solenelle & Marcel Dupré's Laudate Dominum.

Sunday, 24th of April
At the Oxford Oratory (OF 1100) the motet Terra tremuit et quievit by Theodore B. Rehmann (1895-1963).

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