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Original

Marcel Dupré. 4 Motets Op.9, No.4. Laudate Dominum. Choral-Mixed accompanied. Sheet Music. Marcel Dupré.

Translation

Marcel Dupré. 4 Motets Op.9, No.4. Laudate Dominum. Choral-Mixed accompanied. Sheet Music. Marcel Dupré.

Original

Composed by Marcel Dupré , Laudate is the last of the Four Motets. Written for a mixed SATB and two Organs, the lyrics are in Latin and the volume includes all the scores. female Soprano and Alto, male Tenor and Bass and the two organ scores. The piece is introduced by the two organs and the male voices are the first to start singing. Tenor, followed quickly by the Bass. The full SATB then sings together, sometimes alternated by the Organs and the Organ parts include an outstanding toccata. Laudate is an amazing way to finish this series with a triumphant and glorious celebration of God.. The Organ scores require some upper intermediate skills, with the knowledge of pedals and the vocal parts, quite demanding, evolve in polyphony and polyrhythm. Marcel Dupré is a French composer and virtuoso Organist who won the Prix de Rome in 1914. He became famous when he played the works of Bach in its totality from memory in 1920. He later became the professor of many renowned students at the Paris Conservatoire such as Olivier Messiaen, Jean Langlais and Pierre Cochereau amongst others.

Translation

Composed by Marcel Dupré , Laudate is the last of the Four Motets. Written for a mixed SATB and two Organs, the lyrics are in Latin and the volume includes all the scores. female Soprano and Alto, male Tenor and Bass and the two organ scores. The piece is introduced by the two organs and the male voices are the first to start singing. Tenor, followed quickly by the Bass. The full SATB then sings together, sometimes alternated by the Organs and the Organ parts include an outstanding toccata. Laudate is an amazing way to finish this series with a triumphant and glorious celebration of God.. The Organ scores require some upper intermediate skills, with the knowledge of pedals and the vocal parts, quite demanding, evolve in polyphony and polyrhythm. Marcel Dupré is a French composer and virtuoso Organist who won the Prix de Rome in 1914. He became famous when he played the works of Bach in its totality from memory in 1920. He later became the professor of many renowned students at the Paris Conservatoire such as Olivier Messiaen, Jean Langlais and Pierre Cochereau amongst others.