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Requiem

By Dynam-Victor Fumet

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Requiem composed by Dynam-Victor Fumet. For SATB choir and organ. This edition: spiral-bound. Choral music. B Major. Modern. (5/8) moderately hard. Score. Text language: Latin. 52 pages. Published by Editions Delatour France (D2.DLT1633).

ISBN 979-2321-00291-7. With Text language: Latin. Modern. 21 x 29.7 cm inches.

"Connaissez-vous Dynam-Victor FUMET ? Il fut un organiste comme il n'y en a guere dans tout un siecle. Disciple de Franck, il avait d'autre part recu en heritage un don d'improvisation qui confinait au genie. Tout jeune, je l'ai entendu une seule fois a l'orgue de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Maison-Blanche dont il etait le titulaire. Je recus ce jour-la une des plus foudroyantes emotions de ma vie. tre pris, vous savez ce que cela signifie ? Pris, aspire comme par un maelstrom, vide de toute substance personnelle, mais traverse en retour par un fleuve de feu qui me ravissait en me brulant. Tous ceux qui ont entendu Fumet ont eprouve des impressions analogues a la mienne. Son nom ne s'est jamais efface de ma memoire". Ainsi s'exprimait le celebre critique Bernard GAVOTY dans 'MUSICA' de 1969.

"Do you know Dynam-Victor FUMET ? He was an organist such as you are hardly likely to find in a hundred years... A disciple of Franck, he had inherited a gift for improvisation which bordered on genius. In my youth I heard him but once on the organ of Sainte-Anne-de-la-Maison-Blanche, of which he was the incumbent. I experienced that day once of the most overwhelming emotions of my life. Do you know what it means to be gripped? Gripped, sucked in as though by maelstrom, emptied of all personal substance, but in return shot through by a river of fire which ravished me with its flames. Everyone who has heard FUMET has had similar experiences to mine. His name has always beenpresent in my memory". These are the words of the famous critic Bernard GAVOTY in 'Musica' in 1969.