Victoria's Requiem: Rich and Resounding in the Great Cathedral (2008)

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Folger Consort performed Victoria's Requiem: Rich and Resounding in the Great Cathedral from January 11 to January 12, 2008 at the Washington National Cathedral. Tomas Luis de Victoria's 1605 Requiem is a stunning masterpiece by the greatest Spanish composer of the late Renaissance. Passionate, grave, and distinctly Spanish, this work resounded in the great space of the Washington National Cathedral during the Consort's performance of the Requiem. It was complemented by rich and resonant works for winds, strings, and keyboard, with dazzling vibrations for all the players.

Victoria's Requiem, Folger Consort, 2008. Claire Duggan.










Artists

Folger Consort

Artistic Directors

  • Robert Eisenstein
  • Christopher Kendall

Guest artists

Orpheus

  • Philip Cave
  • Tony Boutte
  • Joellen Brassfield
  • Marjorie Bunday
  • Christopher Dudley
  • Sally Dunkley
  • Luke Frels
  • Jacqueline Horner
  • Michael McCarthy
  • Allison Mondel
  • Matthew Smith
  • Patrick Walders

Piffaro

  • Grant Herried
  • Greg Ingles
  • Joan Kimball
  • Christa Patton
  • Mack Ramsey
  • Robert Wiemken
  • Tom Zajac

Staff

  • Janet Alexander Griffin, Artistic Producer

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