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There he received training in piano, theory, composition, and classical languages. Weekly choir singing was part of the curriculum for all students. In he submitted a setting of Psalm , Super flumina Babylonis, for five vocal parts and orchestra.
He received an award but no prize because he had not strictly adhered to all conditions. Neither of these orchestral versions were published.
In recent times, the accompaniment has been arranged for strings and harp by John Rutter , to great acclaim. Pour on us the fire of your powerful grace, That all hell may flee at the sound of your voice; Banish the slumber of a weary soul, That brings forgetfulness of your laws!
O Christ, look with favour upon your faithful people Now gathered here to praise you; Receive their hymns offered to your immortal glory; May they go forth filled with your gifts. It is a paraphrase of a pseudo- ambrosian hymn for Tuesday matins from the breviary, Consors paterni luminis. The instrumental introduction contains three elements: a calm melody imitated by the voices, a similarly calm bass, and a flowing inner part in ceaseless triplets.
The voices enter one after the other, beginning with the lowest, each presenting half a line of text, while the lower voices accompany in homophony. The second stanza is separated from the first by a short interlude similar to the introduction, while the third and final stanza follows immediately in the way of a reprise.
Models such as Mendelssohn and Gounod show, but also a personal style. Both works have often been performed together in concerts and recordings.
Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 (Gabriel Fauré)
Cantique de Jean Racine