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Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley | Requiem Pour Une Américaine À Paris

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Requiem Pour Une Américaine À Paris

by Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley

Contemporary Classical interpretations of the Traditional Requiem Mass
Genre: Classical: Mass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Introit - Requiem Aeternam
Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley
4:42 album only
2. Gradual - Requiem Aeternam
Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley
3:07 album only
3. Sequence - Dies Irae
Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley
5:22 album only
4. Jubilis!
Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley
2:04 album only
5. Offertory - Domine Jesu Christe
Richard J. Clark
3:04 album only
6. Communion - Lux Aeterna
Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley
2:09 album only
7. Last Farewell
Richard J. Clark & Richard A. Kelley
4:50 album only
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Album Notes
"Requiem pour une américaine à Paris" composed by Richard J. Clark, is a work for trumpet at organ. It is based on the Gregorian Chant Propers of the Requiem Mass. It is dedicated to the memory of Anita Cipriani. She was a French teacher at Hunter College Elementary School and Convent of the Sacred Heart, both in Manhattan. A consummate educator, she studied in Paris and spent much of her life there. In 1992, she was honored by the French Government at the French Consulate in New York as a Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques, a decoration founded by Emperor Napoleon I to honor outstanding academics. Her joy of life and her deep faith in God sing on.

Performed by Richard A Kelley, trumpet
Richard J. Clark, organ

Richard A. Kelley, trumpet, was a soloist with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops 1984 and 1985 at the age of 16 and 17. He studied at the Juilliard School in NYC, he is a former member of Boston Brass Quintet and a current member of the Brass Band of Battle Creek. His credits include Broadway shows in NYC, TV ads, and film soundtracks. He has performed with artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Ray Charles, Steven Tyler, James Taylor, Glenn Close, Bernadette Peters, Jennifer Aniston, and Vanessa Williams. Conductor of the New England Swing in Nashua New Hampshire, he now plays frequently with the Boston Pops.

Richard J. Clark, organ, has served St. Cecilia Parish, Boston since 1989 where he plays the 1999 Smith & Gilbert Organ. He has also served since 2004 as Chapel Organist and Cantor at Saint Mary's Chapel, Boston College. For the Archdiocese of Boston, he directed the Office of Divine Worship Saint Cecilia Schola in the 2011 recordings of the ICEL Chants. Born in Greenwich Village, NYC, his compositions have been performed in Russia, Australia, Europe, Hong Kong, and all over the United States including performances by the American Boychoir. His appearances include the Celebrity Series of Boston, CanticaNOVA Publications, the Boston Philharmonic, and the Cathedral Encores CD featuring the 1875 E. & G.G. Hook, opus 801, at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross (Boston). He is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music and the Boston Conservatory, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Organ Performance with James David Christie. He was also elected to the music national honor society, Pi Kappa Lambda.



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