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In 1804 it was announced in the press that Joseph Haydn had died. Luigi Cherubini, who felt a particular connection with Haydn after he was welcomed by him in Vienna, decided that he would write a dirge in honour of the deceased master. It later transpired to be a newspaper hoax and Haydn went on to live for five more years. Coupled with this memorial cantata is Cherubini‘s Symphony in D major.
Luigi Cherubini: Chant sur la mort de Haydn
Recitative: Amans des nobles Soeurs (tenor 1)
Recitative: A ses tendres accents (tenor 2)
Recitative: Non ce feu createur (soprano)
Maestoso: L'un et l'autre est vainqueur (soprano, tenor 1, tenor 2)