Latin, "Day of Wrath" -- a medieval Latin hymn about Judgment Day and a part of the Requiem Mass.
A Gregorian plainchant for the dead, the sequence from the Requiem Mass . The simple and very famous tune is often used by Romantic composers--Berlioz (in the last movement of the Fantastique, GP 83), Liszt, Rachmaninov, and many others--to evoke thoughts of death and the macabre.
the first words of a medieval Latin hymn describing the Last Judgment (literally `day of wrath')
Chant from the Requiem Mass whose text concerns Judgment Day.
Latin for day of wrath ; is a famous Latin hymn written by Tommaso da Celano (about 1190-1260) that describes the Day of Judgment, the last trumpet summoning souls before the throne of God, where the good will be delivered and the evil cast into eternal flames. It is used in the Requiem Mass. [ Bequest: Justice
"Day of Wrath". The sequence for the Requiem Mass.
Dies Irae ("Day of Wrath") is a famous thirteenth century Latin hymn thought to be written by Thomas of Celano. It is often judged to be the best medieval Latin poem, differing from classical Latin by its accentual (non-quantitative) stress and its rhymed lines. The meter is trochaic.
Dies Irae is a live CD by the French rock band Noir DÃ©sir. This album was recorded during the Tostaky tour. The CD contains some of the band's biggest hits.
Dies Irae is a Polish death metal band founded in 1992. Their early recordings were heavily inspired and influenced by Vader and Morbid Angel. The band plays highly technical death metal.
Dies Irae is a Romanian modern black metal band. "Dies Irae" means "Day of Wrath" in Latin.