Francis Poulenc ( – ) was born in Paris. He became widely known while still a young man by his songs (Le Bestiaire, ). Francis Poulenc, Orchestre de la Cité, Michel Piquemal, Danielle Borst, Eric Lebrun Vittoria d’Ile-de-France – Poulenc: Stabat Mater; Gloria – Music. Editions Salabert #Srlp. [Francis Poulenc] on (Poulenc) Sancta Mater (Poulenc) Stabat Mater Dolorosa (Poulenc) Vidit Suum (Poulenc).
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Stabat Mater (Poulenc)
Francis Poulenc — was born in Paris. He became widely known while still a young man by his songs Le Bestiaire, After meeting the choreograph Diaghilev he composed the ballet Les Biches, an immediate success.
His many choral works stabaf date from after Inspiration came from getting to know the motets of Monteverdi and the poems of Paul Eluard. A mental change was caused also by the deadly accident of a young composer friend.
This led Poulenc to making a pilgrimage to the black virgin of Rocamadour, where he experienced a spiritual revelation that returned him to his catholic religion. Poulenc stayed deeply religious, though he could also be lighthearted, cynical and humorous, emotions that all can be found in his works.
Poulenc himself said of his choral works: Here I have brought something new and I expect that in the end people will be interested more in the Stabat Mater than in all my piano works. The Stabat Mater is Poulenc’s first choral work with orchestra. He chose the Stabat Mater instead of the Requiem, because the heart-rending text seemed suited to dedicate the soul of his friend to the holy Virgin of Rocamadour.
It was composed in only two months, what Poulenc attributed to heavenly inspiration. The twelve sections are built carefully around returning motifs in nrs 1, 6 and It makes one think of a cycle of songs, farncis the slow parts forming the emotional center. The “Vatican” text is used, with following changes: Not “Fac me tecum, pie, flere” but “Fac me vere tecum flere” – Stanza 14, line frsncis Not “Et me tibi sociare” but “Te libenter sociare” – Stanza 17, line 3: Not “Flammis ne urar succensus” but “Inflammatus et accensus”.
Dedicated to sacred choral works of Poulenc. The recording of the 14th concert organized by the Dutch Stabat Mater Foundation. At that time he had around 40 Stabat Mater CDs.
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His notes on the composer, the music, the texts and stahat and the different versions all came online. After this he managed the site by adding new composers and translations regularly.
At the time of his death in he had Stabat Maters. After his death I continued collecting the information and managing the site. I wish to thank the Dutch Stabat Mater Foundation which gave me the financial support in to renew this site! About the Stabat Mater Date: Soprano, mixed choir and orchestra Length: Orchestre National de France Choir: Choeur de Radio France Conductor: Gloria Mzter a la Vierge noir Code: Ilse Eerens, soprano Other works: