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Arlen Clarke
1954 -
United States of America, NY
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A. Clarke
Arlen Clarke (1954), an American composer (from Carthage, (New York). Master of Music Vocal Performance, Texas Christian University Director of Choral Activities, Belhaven College 1991-1996 Founder and Director of the VA Choral Festival, Weems, VA 1998- Founder and Director, ANAM CARA-The Chamber Choir of Idaho 1999-2000 Artistic Director, Harford Choral Society, 2000-2003 Choir Director and Assoc Org St James Episcopal Church, Jackson, MS Organist-Choirmaster-St Stephen's Episcopal Church, Heathsville, VA, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Bel Air, MD Composer of over 100 works including five extended works for orchestra and choir, a collection of ten Irish dance orchestral pieces, and five symphonic poems. Guest conductor, choral adjudicator and composer living in the Shenandoah Valley near Lexington, VA. Member of the American Composers Forum and ASCAP.
Requiem: a mass for all saints
Period:Modernism
Composed in:1997
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:26'
In memory of:/ dedicated to: Henri Etienne, Henry Thomas Ford and Mark Ulrich
Requiem: A Mass for All Saints, for choir and soloists, chamber orchestra, organ and percussion (scored for strings, winds,2 tpts, tympani) received its premiere at Delta State University in Mississippi. Text: Latin, but not the traditional Requiem Mass form. Follows the Faure Requiem format. The compositional style is fairly conservative and accessible to most perfoming groups.