Verdi Requiem Dies Irae 1874: “Dies Irae” that introduces the traditional sequence of the latin funeral rite
Verdi Requiem Dies Irae 1874: “Dies Irae” that introduces the traditional sequence of the latin funeral rite is repeated throughout for a sense of unity, which allows Verdi to explore the feelings of loss and sorrow as well as the human desire for forgiveness and mercy found in the intervening movements of the Requiem trumpets surround the stage to produce an inescapable call to judgement in the “Tuba Mirum” (the resulting combination of brass and choral quadruple-fortissimo markings resulting in some of the loudest acoustic music ever written.
In this arrangement one can work with a chorus, but, I had to manufacture an end to this, so at bar 138 the chorus should organise to sing A major chords (1 per bar) to the end using the syllable “Ahh”.
The tremolos in the band can also be executed as trills if the fingering is easier, or, even use a quiet throat flutter/growl if kept to piano dynamics.
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