Resources for Choral Singers and Soloists
Gabriel Fauré composed "Requiem in D minor" between 1887 and 1890. It is a
choral-orchestral setting of the Latin Roman Catholic Mass for the Dead.
It was composed in the late 1880s his final revision was in 1900. It's
duration is about 35 minutes. It is written for SATB (SATTBB) choir, soprano and
baritone solos, orchestra and organ. It premiered in its first version in 1888
in La Madeleine, Paris.
For the choir :
* This is included when you purchase any voice part, as the Bonus
Accompaniment (and For the Soloist) :
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Offertoire (Exerpt) - Choir Soprano
Offertoire (Exerpt) - Choir Alto
Offertoire (Exerpt) - Choir Tenor
Offertoire (Exerpt) - Choir Bass
Offertoire (Exerpt) - Choir SATB Together
Offertoire (Exerpt) - Choir Accompaniment
Sanctus - Choir Accompaniment with assistance
Sanctus - Choir Accompaniment without assistance