|作曲者||Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)・ガブリエル・フォーレ|
|タイトル||Cantique de Jean Racine, op. 11（オルガン伴奏）|
|楽器編成（詳細）||Coro SATB,Organ (Piano)|
|形状||12 ページ・21 x 29.7 cm・37 g・表紙カバー無し|
|その他||Can also be used as vocal score for versions with strings and full orchestra|
May be used as a choral score, together with Carus 70.302 (version for strings) or with Carus 70.303 (orchestral version). Gabriel Fauré composed the Cantique de Jean Racine in 1865, the prizewinning work for the completion of his musical training. The composer expanded the original scoring for choir and organ by adding a string accompaniment, the version with orchestra was first performed in 1906. As a text Fauré chose a French adaptation by Jean Racine of the Latin hymn “Consors paterni luminis.” The Cantique already displays the characteristics of an expressive choral setting typical for Fauré and together with the Requiem, composed considerably later, it is among the most popular works of the composer.