Cantate Liberté (extrait)
for choir with five male voices a capella

Fourth and final movement of the Cantata, composed for a choral festival in the city of Caen. The text is Paul Éluard's famous poem Liberté, written in 1942 as an ode to freedom from the German occupation. Thousands of copies were dropped by Royal Air Force planes over France.

Composed in 1960
Sung in French

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