John Webber An Ecumenical Requiem


198001Snow White and the Three PigsOpera childrens opera
198002Elegiefor cello and strings
198003Cello Concertofor cello and strings
198004Praeludium and Allegrofor violn and strings
198006Cello Concertofor cello and strings
198007Cello Concertofor cello and strings
198008Meditation from Thaisfor violin and strings
198111Nativity (The)Opera church opera
198309Ptolomys Journalfor small orchestra
198402QuintetQuintet for clarinet, string quartet
198502Apokalypsis Ioannisfor chorus a cappella
198504Pelucidfor solo violin
198505Three Owl Songsfor Soprano and piano
198607SonataDuo for horn, piano
198705SonataDuo for flute, piano
198805SonataDuo for cello, piano
198906QuartetQuartet for flute, violin, viola, cello
199613Two Tuptetsfor variable instrumentation ensemble
199803Cello Suitesfor solo cello
199805TriptychTrio for clarinet, trumpet, piano
199902Partitafor solo violin
199907Crazy Janefor soprano and two orchestras
200005Partitafor solo flute
200007Partitafor solo clarinet
200011Four Canonical Songsfor sop alto bari piano
200102Six Silly Songsfor satb and piano
200203Albeniz Suitefor small orchestra
200204Bach Inventionsfor small orchestra
200205Partita Ifor small orchestra
200207Petites Piecesfor small orchestra
200208Two Arabesquesfor small orchestra
200209Notturnofor small orchestra
200210Woodland Sketchesfor small orchestra
200211Ah vous dirai je Mamanfor small orchestra
200213Academic Festival OvertureQuintet for piano and string quartet
200214Capriccio ItalienQuintet for piano and string quartet
200215Romeo and JulietQuintet for piano and string quartet
200404Nutcracker The Four Movementsfor string orchestra
200417Wedding Day at Troldhaugenfor small orchestra
200418Suite Bergamasquefor small orchestra
200422Peer Gynt Six Movementsfor small orchestra
200501Blue Danube (Thefor small orchestra
200503Three Percussion QuartetsQuartet for timpani, mallets, agogo bells, congas, tamtam
200504Three Songsfor satb chorus, piano
200505Thre RL Stevenson Songsfor satb chorus, piano
200512Four Slavonic Dancesfor small orchestra
200513Ludicrous Canonicus no 1for wind quartet
200515SonataDuo for violin, piano
200520Fifteen Folksongsfor four instruments
200521Five Folksong FantasiesTrio for flute, violin, cello
200603Five Unruliesfor solo piano
200604String Quintet no 2Quintet for 2 violins, 2 violas, cello
200617Three Ent Dancesfor tuba ensemble
200701Tempest (The)Opera in five acts after the play by William Shakespeare
200703Canticlesfor chorus and orchestra
200804Symphony no 4for piano and strings
200905Symphony no 1for orchestra
200906Xanadufor orchestra
200912Saraswatifor orchestra
201001All Bears Can Dancefor orchestra
201002Little Suitefor small orchestra
201003Four Songsfor high voices
201004Partitafor solo double bass
201008Life of Benedictfor orchestra
201009Cello Concertofor cello, small orchestra
201011Song of the Sannyasinfor small orchestra
201101String Quartet no 5for string quartet
201102Eleven Dittiesfor piano
201201Ecumenical Requiemfor chorus soli and orchestra
201205Bridal suitefor orchestra
201304Symphony no 2for small orchestra
201307Two Short Piano Suitesfor solo piano
201401Fugal Preludesfor piano
201404Symphony no 6for orchestra
201502Ten Miniaturesfor piano
201503Children's Songs of Costa Ricafor childrens voices and orchestra
201504Koinoniafor chorus and orchestra
201505Short Communionfor chorus and piano
201506Viola Concertofor viola and orchestra

m7for soli chorus and orhestra

2222 6000
solo soprano solo mezzo solo baritone
satb chorus


I - Requiem in Pace
II - Requiem in Dei
III - Requiem in Veritate





RIG VEDA 1:164:46
That which exists is One: sages call it by various names

Eternal rest give unto them, O Lord And let perpetual light shine upon them A hymn, O God, becometh Thee in Zion.
Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine. Et lux perpetua luceat eis.
Te decet hymnus, Deus, in Sion.

Pie Jesu, Domine, Merciful Jesus, O Lord,

dona eis requiem, sempiternam. grant them rest. Merciful Jesus, O Lord, grant them eternal rest.

Kyrie eleison! Christe eleison! Kyrie eleison!
Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, have mercy on us. Lord, have mercy on us.

(as above)

Lokanandah samadhisukham. The joy of his samadhi is bliss for the whole universe.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis pecatta mundi dona eis requiem.
Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, dona eis requiem sempitername.
O Lamb of God, that takest away the sins of the world
Grant them rest.
O Lamb of God, that takest away the sins of the world,
Grant them eternal rest.

(as above)

(as above)

In paradisum deducant angeli; May the angels lead you into paradise; Chorus angelorum te suscipat. May the chorus of angels receive you.

Susukham vata jivama verinesu averino verinesu manussesu viharama averino.

DHAMMAPADA verse 197
Indeed we live very happily,
not hating anyone among those who hate; among men who hate we live without hating anyone.

Let everlasting light shine upon them, Lord. with Thy saints for ever,
for Thou art merciful.
Grant them eternal rest, Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them, for Thou art merciful.

Lux aeterna luceat eis, Domine, cum sanctis tuis in aeternum, quia pius es.

Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis, quia pius es.

Susukham vata jivama aturesu1 anatura aturesu manussesu viharama anatura.

DHAMMAPADA verse 198
(as above)


Forgive, O Lord, the souls of all the faithful departed from all the chains of their sins and by the aid to them of your grace may they deserve to avoid the judgment of revenge, and enjoy the blessedness of everlasting light.

Absolve, Domine, animas omnium fidelium defunctorum ab omni vinculo delictorum et gratia tua illis succurente mereantur evadere iudicium ultionis, et lucis aeternae beatitudine perfrui.

iSusukham vata jivama ussukesu anussuka ussukesu manussesu viharama anussuka.

DHAMMAPADA verse 199
(as above)

RIG VEDA 1:164:46
(as Above)



In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God.

Love is the form of Brahman, Brahman is love Divine.

(as above)

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Where there is injury, pardon.
Where there is doubt, faith.
Where there is despair, hope.
Where there is darkness, light.
Where there is sadness, joy.

O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled, as to console; to be understood, as to understand; to be loved, as to love.

For it is in giving that we receive. It is in pardoning that we are pardoned, and it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life. Amen

And the peace of God which passeth all understanding, shall keepe your hearts and minds through Christ Iesus.

Manopubbangama dhamma manosettha manomaya manasa ce padutthena bhasati va karoti va
tato nam dukkhamanveti cakkamva vahato padam. Manopubbangama dhamma manosettha manomaya manasa ce pasannena bhasati va karoti va
tato nam sukha manveti chayava anapayini. Akkocchi mam avadhi mam ajini mam ahasi me
ye ca tam upanayhanti veram tesam na sammati. Akkocchi mam avadhi mam ajini mam ahasi me
ye ca tam nupanayhanti veram tesupasammati.
Na hi verena verani sammantidha kudacanam averena ca sammanti
esa dhammo sanantano
Pare ca na vijananti mayamettha yamamase
ye ca tattha vijananti
tato sammanti medhaga.
Om Shanti


translated from the Pali by Acharya Buddharakkhita)
Mind precedes all mental states.
Mind is their chief; they are all mind-wrought.
If with an impure mind a person speaks or acts suffering follows him like the wheel that follows the foot of the ox.
Mind precedes all mental states.
Mind is their chief; they are all mind-wrought. If
with a pure mind a person speaks or acts
happiness follows him like his never-departing shadow.
"He abused me, he struck me,
he overpowered me, he robbed me."
Those who harbor such thoughts
do not still their hatred.
"He abused me, he struck me,
he overpowered me, he robbed me."
Those who do not harbor such thoughts
still their hatred.
Hatred is never appeased by hatred in this world. By non-hatred alone is hatred appeased.
This is a law eternal.
There are those who do not realize that one day we all must die.
But those who do realize this settle their quarrels.
sotsavah"sampravrt"to gop#-man"d"ala-man"di"tah" yoge$varen"a kr"s"n"ena t!s!m%madhye dvayor dvayoh" pravist""ena gr"h#t!n!m%

The festive r!sa dance commenced, with the gop#s arrayed in a circle. Lord Kr"s"n"a expanded Himself and entered between each pair of gop#s, and as that master of mystic power placed His arms around their necks, each girl thought He was standing next to her alone. The demigods and their wives were overwhelmed with eagerness to witness the r!sa dance, and they soon crowded the sky with their hundreds of celestial airplanes.

THE ACTS OF JOHN 94, 95 and 96
Glory be to thee, Father.
And we, going about in a ring, answered him: Amen. Glory be to thee, Word:
Glory be to thee, Grace. Amen.
Glory be to thee, Spirit:
Glory be to thee, Holy One:
Glory be to thy glory. Amen.
I would be saved, and I would save. Amen.
I would be loosed, and I would loose. Amen.
I would be wounded, and I would wound. Amen. I would be born, and I
would bear. Amen.
I would eat, and I would be eaten. Amen.
I would hear, and I would be heard. Amen.
I would be thought, being wholly thought. Amen. I would be washed, and I would wash. Amen.
Grace danceth. I would pipe; dance ye all. Amen. I would mourn: lament ye all. Amen.
The number Eight singeth praise withus. Amen. The number Twelve danceth on high. Amen.
The Whole on high hath part in our dancing. Amen.
Whoso danceth not, knoweth not what cometh to pass. Amen.
I would flee, and I would stay. Amen.
I would adorn, and I would be adorned. Amen. I would be united, and I would unite. Amen.
A house I have not, and I have houses. Amen. A place I have not, and I have places. Amen.

A temple I have not, and I have temples. Amen. A lamp am I to thee that beholdest me. Amen. A mirror am I to thee that perceivest me. Amen. A door am I to thee that knockest at me. Amen. A way am I to thee a wayfarer Amen.

r!sotsavah"sampravrt"to gop#-man"d"ala-man"di"tah" yoge$varen"a kr"s"n"ena t!s!m%madhye dvayor dvayoh" pravist""ena gr"h#t!n!m%

kant""he sva-nikat"am%striyah" yam%manyeran nabhas t!vad vim!na-$ata-sa&kulam divaukas!m%sa-d!r!n"!m autsuky!pahrt"!tman!m

TRANS.: His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhup!da

(as above)

And the peace of God which passeth all understanding, shall keepe your hearts and minds shall keepe your hearts and minds through Christ Iesus

Om Shanti

Lord make us an instrument of thy piece.

We and our Father are one.



The Meaning of Kyrie Eleison by Anthony M. Coniaris

The word mercy in English is the translation of the Greek word eleos. This word has the same ultimate root as the old Greek word for oil, or more precisely, olive oil; a substance which was used extensively as a soothing agent for bruises and minor wounds. The oil was poured onto the wound and gently massaged in, thus soothing, comforting and making whole the injured part. The Hebrew word which is also translated as eleos and mercy is hesed, and means steadfast love. The Greek words for ‘Lord, have mercy,’ are ‘Kyrie, eleison’ that is to say, ‘Lord, soothe me, comfort me, take away my pain, show me your steadfast love.’ Thus mercy does not refer so much to justice or acquittal a very Western interpretation but to the infinite loving-kindness of God, and his compassion for his suffering children! It is in this sense that we pray ‘Lord, have mercy,’ with great frequency throughout the Divine Liturgy.


pi.e ADJ 1 1 VOC S M POS

pius, pia -um, -, piissimus -a -um ADJ [XXXAO]

conscientious; upright; faithful; patriotic/dutiful, respectful; rightous; good affectionate, tender, devoted, loyal (to family); pious, devout; holy, godly;

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