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CONSOLATION: MOZART’S REQUIEM ①

SCHEDULE
20220129 Saturday 17:00
PLACE
Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center
CONDUCTOR
Osmo Vänskä
SOLOIST
Sunyoung Seo, Soprano
A-Kyeong Lee, Mezzo-soprano
Sehoon Moon, Tenor
Kyungil Ko, Bass
The National Chorus of Korea, Choir
PROGRAM
Rautavaara, Requiem in Our Time
Takemitsu, Requiem for strings
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PRICE
R 90,000 S 70,000 A 50,000 B 30,000 C 10,000
※ Please make sure that your mobile phone is swiched off.
※ Please do not applaud between the movements.

CONSOLATION: MOZART’S REQUIEM

 

Saturday, 29th January, 2022 5PM | Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

 

Osmo Vänskä, music director

Sunyoung Seo, soprano

A-Kyeong Lee, mezzosoprano

Sehoon Moon, tenor

Kyungil Ko, bass

The National Chorus of Korea

 

Program
Rautavaara, Requiem in Our Time

 I. Hymnus – Festivamente
 II. Credo et dubito – Vivace – Grave
 III. Dies Irae – Allegro
 IV. Lacrymosa – Larghetto tranquillo

 

Takemitsu, Requiem for strings

----------------------- Intermission 15mins ---------------------

 

Mozart, Requiem in D minor, K.626  *Robert Levin edition(1993)
  
  I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam
(choir with soprano solo)
  II. Kyrie (choir)
  III. Sequenz:
   1. Dies irae (choir)
   2. Tuba mirum (solo quartet)
   3. Rex tremendae (choir)
   4. Recordare (solo quartet)
   5. Confutatis (choir)
   6. Lacrymosa (choir)
  IV. Offertorium:
  1. D omine Jesu(choir with solo quartet)
  2. Hostias (choir)
 V. Sanctus (choir)
 VI. Benedictus (choir with solo quartet)
 VII. Agnus Dei (choir)
 VIII. Communio: Lux aeterna(choir with soprano solo)

Total duration 90 mins(incl. intermission)

Einojuhani Rautavaara(1928-2016), Requiem in Our Time(1953)

 Hymnus – Festivamente
 Credo et dubito – Vivace – Grave
 Dies Irae – Allegro
 Lacrymosa – Larghetto tranquillo
 Einojuhani Rautavaara is the most accomplished Finnish composer of the twentieth century after Jean Sibelius. Requiem in Our Time was written around the time when Rautavaara, aged twenty-five, began to become a full-fledged composer right after graduating from the Sibelius Academy. The composer emphasized that this composition has a very personal meaning in that it is dedicated to his mother who passed away during the World War II. Designed as a piece for a brass ensemble for a concert, Requiem in Our Time is in four movements, and the third movement ‘Dies irae’ and the fourth movement ‘Lacrymosa’ suggest that this composition has its root in the tradition of Requiem Mass.

0 0 0 0 - 4 4 3 1 - bar hn – tmp - per - [no str.]
perc: cym, sus cym, sd, glock, xyl, bell[E4]

Tōru Takemitsu(1930-1996), Requiem for string(1957)
 The Japanese-born Tōru Takemitsu is one of the greatest composers of the twentieth century. His Requeim for String Orchestra is dedicated to the memory of his colleague, the film composer Fumio Hoyasaka. Takemitsu said, “I gave the title ‘Requiem’ to this piece. We lost many lives during the war. Not just Japan but the whole world. I believe that music should be in the form of a prayer.”

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart(1756-1791), Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (1791) *Robert Levin edition(1993)

I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (choir with soprano solo)
II. Kyrie (choir)
III. Sequenz:
 1. Dies irae (choir)
 2. Tuba mirum (solo quartet)
 3. Rex tremendae (choir)
 4. Recordare (solo quartet)
 5. Confutatis (choir)
 6. Lacrymosa (choir)
IV. Offertorium:
 1. Domine Jesu (choir with solo quartet)
 2. Hostias (choir)
V. Sanctus (choir)
VI. Benedictus (choir with solo quartet)
VII. Agnus Dei (choir)
VIII. Communio: Lux aeterna (choir with soprano solo)

 Requiem Mass, a funeral Mass according to the Roman Catholic liturgy, is conducted after the body of the dead is reposed at the church. The Mass draws its name from the introit of the liturgy, which begins with the words “Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine” (Latin for “Eternal rest grant them, O Lord”).
 In the summer of 1791, Mozart received a commission for a Requiem from Count Franz von Walsegg, who probably wanted to pass Mozart’s work as his own to memorialize the recent passing of his wife. That summer Mozart was taking on so many things that it was hard to believe that he was nearing his death. He had to work due to the worsening financial situation, and the money for the commission from the Count Walsegg must have been quite attractive to Mozart.
 Having a premonition that he would not be able to finish the Requiem, Mozart gave his pupil Franz Süssmayr some guidelines in how to finish the composition, which was a sort of a will. Mozart died in early morning on December 5, leaving his Requiem unfinished. Six-part Sequentia is an integral section in Mozart’s Requiem. Mozart the great opera composer projected dramatic elements in the Sequentia section.
 Today Robert Levin’s edition is performed instead of the widely performed Süssmayr’s edition.

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Program note annotator YiEun Chung / Translation SukHo Lee




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