Requiem - VI: Dies Irae
The sixth movement in my Requiem - my first major work. I'm only 16, so don't expect perfection! This is one of my favourite movements in the piece, and has the most complex, polyphonic harmonies. This is the oldest movement in the Requiem, originally written for my Advanced Higher music exam. THis also contains the final solo section, this time for a bass. I decided to have one solo from each of the four sections of the choir during this piece, with the tenor solo in the Offertorium, and soprano and alto solos in the form of a duet in Pie Jesu
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