Editors' Notes In this poignant collection of vocal works, the Choir of Clare College Cambridge reflects on Tavener, Elgar, and Durufle. Durufle’s Requiem, a unique work from the 1940s, cleverly incorporates themes from Gregorian chant, giving the music a transcendental feeling that reaches beyond the 20th century.

1:55
 
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3:39
 
Requiem, Op. 9
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3:31
 
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13
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3:31
 
3:51
 
3:39
 
5:07
 
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19
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