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  • Again, in the Marcia funebre, the Savall performance is astonishing for the mood it conjures.

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  • Procedute dal Canto eroico e funebre per il sottotenente caduto in Albania.

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  • (As, for example, Bossuet in 1669 in his oraison funebre over Henriette Marie, wife of Charles I).

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  • She played no marche funebre upon her piano, even though Chopin’s romantic lamentation was then at the top of nine-tenths of the music-racks in the country, American youth having recently discovered the distinguished congeniality between itself and this deathless bit of deathly gloom.

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  • She played no marche funebre upon her piano, even though Chopin's romantic lamentation was then at the top of nine-tenths of the music-racks in the country, American youth having recently discovered the distinguished congeniality between itself and this deathless bit of deathly gloom.

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  • L'eloge funebre que M. Naigeon a consacre a la memoire de M. le

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  • When Wagner heard the Symphonic funebre et triomphale he was forced to admit Berlioz's “skill in writing compositions that were popular in the best sense of the word.”

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  • It was the Symphonie funebre et triomphale for two orchestras and a choir, and the Te Deum for orchestra, organ, and three choirs, which Berlioz loved (whose finale Judex crederis seemed to him the most effective thing he had ever written [99]), as well as the Imperiale, for two orchestras and two choirs, and the famous

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  • L'eloge funebre que M. Naigeon a consacre a la memoire de M. le Baron d'Holbach suffit pour donner une idee juste de ses lumieres, mais le hasard m'a mis a portee de les juger encore mieux.

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  • FLECHIER, Oraison funebre du president de Lamoignon (Paris, 1677);

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