Kyrie, op. 7
Romain Corbisier's Kyrie was composed in a limited time (27 hours) during the final round of the 2nd International Antonin Dvorak Composition Competition (Prague, Czech Republic, 2011). This early version is now replaced by a new one which uses the main elements composed in the first Kyrie. The Kyrie eleison - Christe eleison - Kyrie eleison structure is preserved and expresses: the divine power in the Kyrie and the meeting between Jesus Christ and the human beings who are praying him.
Romain Corbisier plans in the future to compose other pieces to follow this Kyrie in order to build an entire mass.
- Title: Kyrie, op. 7
- Year of composition: 2011 (first version) - 2018 (new version)
- Duration: 11 minutes
- Instrumentation: 2 Flutes (including Piccolo), 2 Oboes (including English Horn), 2 Clarinets in B, 2 Bassoons, 4 Horns in F, 2 Trumpets in B, 3 Trombones, 1 Tuba, Timpani, 2 Percussions, Organ, SATB Choir, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Doublebass
The score of Kyrie, op. 7 is not available. A new edition will be released in 2019.