(1949 - 2013)

Pierre Moret

Compositeur - Composer

Pieces for soloists

LA JEUNE TARENTINE

  • Opus 16 - 1994 - 9 min
  • Cantata on a poem by André Chénier
  • for tenor, female choir, orchestra : wind quintet, percussion, harp, string quintet

 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

  • Opus 19 - 1994 - 12'30
  • English texts from " Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland " by Lewis Carroll
  • For soprano, A or E flat clarinet, piano

 

SI PATIENTE ETAIT LA NEIGE (PDF)

  • Opus 41 - 2000 - 50'
  • Cantata on a poem by J.A. Guénégan
  • For soprano, narrator, B flat clarinet, piano

SALVE REGINA

  • Opus 43 - 2001 - 19 min
  • For soprano, alto, string quartet, positive organ
    • Salve Regina
    • Ad te clamamus
    • Ad te suspiramus
    • Eia ergo (PDF)
    • Et Jesum
    • O clemens

 

 
 

GLOIRES

 

Les Chants parlés de la Dune et du Vent

  • Opus 62 – 2009 – 21'
  • Poem by Jean-Paul Kermarrec translated into Breton by Naig Rozmor
  • for soprano, mezzo-soparno, mixed choir, french horn quartet
  • First performed in Brest (November 2009)
  • Geneviève Page, soprano ; Agnès Brosset, mezzo-soprano
  • "Kanerien Sant-Karanteg" choir
  • French horn quartet of Britanny : P.Y. Courtis, P.L. Ducreux, R. Ferrand, Y. Kersivien

Prologue : Solitude exquise et cruelle (soloists)

Digenvezted mat-dreist ha kriz

1. L’air bleu   la dune vive (soloists)

An aer glas      an tevenn buhezeg

2. Dans les oyats du sable tendre (choir)

E geotennoù an traezh skañv

3. Lumière endormie (soloists)

Shlêrijenn sioul

4. Tu sais… (choir)

Gouzout a rez…

5. Main de sable ouverte (soloists and choir)

Dorn traezh digor

 

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