Requiem pour la Chapelle Royale de Dreux (Sigismund Ritter von Neukomm)
- Editor: Yves Gadioux (submitted 2018-12-26). Score information: A4, 56 pages, 467 kB Copyright: CC BY NC ND
- Edition notes: published by Yves Gadioux on behalf of Florence Allano & Anne Chew-Gadioux.
First published: 1844
Description: Composed in 1844 on request of King Louis-Philippe, as a tribute to Prince Ferdinand Philippe, died in an accident two years before. Possibly first performed a cappella in the Royal Chapel of Dreux, as the organ (requested by the King, ordered by Neukomm, built by Cavallé-Coll) has been delivered on 1845.
Movements-Sections in this work
- 1. Requiem
- 2. Dies Irae
- 3. Offertorium
- 4. Sanctus
- 5. Pie Jesu
- 6. Agnus Dei
- 7. Libera me
- 8. In Paradisum
Original text and translations
Original text and translations may be found at Requiem.