Jean-Marie Zeitouni, Conductor
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Jean-Marie Zeitouni has emerged as one of Canada’s brightest young conductors whose eloquent yet fiery style in repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary music results in regular re-engagements across Canada and the United States. His association with Les Violons du Roy goes back seven years, first as conductor-in-residence and since 2004 as associate conductor. Over the years, he has led the ensemble in over 100 performances in the province of Québec, across Canada and in Mexico. He wa...
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Fauré: Requiem, Op. 48 N/A
I - Introït et Kyrie (6:20) N/A
II - Offertorium (7:52) N/A
III - Sanctus (3:15) N/A
IV - Pie Jesu (3:16) N/A
V - Agnus Dei- Part I (3:57) N/A
VI - Agnus Dei- Part II (2:07) N/A
VII - Libera me (4:49) N/A
VIII - In Paradisum (3:55) N/A
Nielsen: Symphony no 5, Op. 50 N/A
I - Tempo giusto-- Adagio (19:00) N/A
II - Allegro-- Andante (17:13) N/A
Bizet: Carmen N/A
Composer: Georges Bizet
Recording Date: Fri 9 May 2014
Act I - Act 1 (41:52) N/A
Act II - Act 2 (36:25) N/A
Act III - Act 3 (34:25) N/A
Act IV - Act 4 (20:52) N/A
Mozart: Requiem in D minor, K 626 N/A
Recording Date: Fri 11 Apr 2014
Requiem (4:34) N/A
Kyrie (2:22) N/A
Sequentia: Dies irae (1:39) N/A
Sequentia: Tuba mirum (2:53) N/A
Sequentia: Rex tremendae (1:55) N/A
Sequentia: Recordare (4:42) N/A
Sequentia: Confutatis (2:16) N/A
Sequentia: Lacrimosa (4:17) N/A
Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe (3:17) N/A
Offertorium: Hostias (3:28) N/A
Sanctus (2:08) N/A
Benedictus (5:25) N/A
Agnus Dei (3:46) N/A
Lux Aeterna (2:45) N/A
Cum sanctis (2:54) N/A
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