Duruflé Requiem

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Duruflé’s haunting Requiem , largely composed during World War 2, seeks consolation through Gregorian chant and the beauty of sumptuous French harmonies. The programme also includes Five Tudor Portraits by Vaughan Williams. Written in 1936, it sets words by John Skelton, tutor to Henry VIII, in a rousing and lively work both inventive and amusing.

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Enjoy code: 312010
Type
Concert
Target groups
Youth, Adult, Elderly
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