Examples of requiem in a Sentence
the choir will sing Mozart's Requiem
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These three-day classes add a modern twist: Rather than being performed solely at a wake (by what Finns call a ‘‘cry woman’’), impromptu requiems are devoted to all manner of emotional hardship, from divorce to illness.
This an album-length requiem for the overstimulated and the under-inspired, an ode to the numb generation.
From my point of view, this work is nothing more than the quintessence of the world’s grief, the composer’s requiem for himself.
The half-hour-long Requiem opens at the lowest depths — as lightless as the bottom of the ocean — and features dense choral clusters that seem to emanate from an extraterrestrial source.
The center opened in 1971 with a requiem Mass in Kennedy’s honor, composed by Leonard Bernstein.
The requiem was completed in December 1961, just after the Berlin Wall was built in August 1961, in the midst of the Cold War.
The program concludes with Mozart’s eloquent Requiem in D minor (K. 626), featuring the Silicon Valley Chorale and soloists.
Shaw, who founded the Atlanta Symphony’s volunteer chorus in 1970, would have been proud of the remarkable contribution the choristers made to the Brahms requiem performance.
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REQUIEM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of requiem for English Language Learners
: a Christian religious ceremony for a dead person
: a piece of music for a requiem
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