Stanislaw Moniuszko
1819 - 1872
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S. Moniuszko
Stanislaw Moniuszko (05/05/1819 - 04/06/1872), a Polish composer of operas, choral works, songs, etc., born in Ubiel.
Source:Grove's dictionary of music and musicians
Funeral Songs from music to Witolorauda
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1842c
Musical form:songs
Funeral Songs from music to Witolorauda contains:
01. „Czy ci brakło”,
02. „Poszedł, gdzie cienie ojców wolały”
p3. „Widzim ducha, na wschód leci”
04. „Nie płaczcie po nim”
05. „Już się duch jego na Anafiel drapie”
Totenmesse in D minor
Composed in:1850
Musical form:songs
Text/libretto:Alojzy Feliński
Label(s):DUX 0720
Totenmesse in D minor written in 1850. Six Requiem songs to Holy Mass for the souls of the dead, for 4 vocal parts, chorus & organ in D minor. It contains:

♫ Mourning Songs
© DUX 0720
Source:Dagny Wegner, Requiemvertonungen in Frankreich zwischen 1670 und 1850, Hamburg, 2005
Requiem in d minor
Composed in:1862
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
This Funeral Mass is written in 1862. Total time 19:57. The movements of the requiem are:
01. Requiem aeternam 4:09
02. Graduale 3:32
03. Offertorium 3:10
04. Sanctus 1:43
05. Benedictus 2:50
06. Agnus Dei 4:33
Contributor:Pentti Ruokonen
Bruckner's Requiem (1848–9) reveals, in its busy string figuration against slower-moving choral writing, persistent metrical patterns and organ figured bass, the influence of the Viennese masses of the late 18th century. Its modest length and faithful adherence to the Latin text make it entirely suitable for liturgical use. After the mid-19th century many important settings, including those of Schumann (1852), Moniuszko (1862), Saint-Saëns (1878) and Dvorák (1891), were conceived more in terms of the concert hall, inclining, by their grand scale and, in some cases, textual liberties, towards the oratorio, the most favoured sacred genre of the 19th century.
Author:Steven Chang-Lin Yu
Funeral mass in G minor
Composed in:1871
Musical form:mass
No details available.
Source:Robert Chase, Dies Irae: A Guide to Requiem Music, Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2003
Requiem aeternam
Composed in:1890
Musical form:mass
Requiem aeternam for solo voices, choir and orchestra (1890).
Source:Robert Chase, Dies Irae: A Guide to Requiem Music, Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2003