Naji Hakim


Naji Hakim

Naji Subhy Paul Irénée Hakim, né à Beyrouth le 31 octobre 1955, est un organiste et compositeur libanais naturalisé français (1980).

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Biographie

Ingénieur de l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, élève de Jean Langlais il poursuit sa formation au CNSM de Paris dans les classes de Roger Boutry, Jean-Claude Henry, Marcel Bitsch, Rolande Falcinelli, Jacques Castérède et Serge Nigg. Il y obtient les premiers prix d'harmonie, de contrepoint, de fugue, d'orgue, d'improvisation, d'analyse et d'orchestration.

À partir des années 1980, il remporte les premiers prix aux concours internationaux d'orgue (Haarlem, Beauvais, Lyon, Nüremberg, St. Albans, Strasbourg et Rennes) pour ses interprétations, improvisations ou compositions.

Ses œuvres comprennent des pièces instrumentales (orgue, flûte, basson, cor, trompette, harpe, guitare, violon, piano), de la musique symphonique (Les Noces de l'Agneau, Hymne de l'Univers, Ouverture Libanaise, Påskeblomst, quatre concertos pour orgue, un concerto pour violon) de la musique vocale (oratorio Saul de Tarse, cantate Phèdre, Magnificat et trois messes).

De 1985 à 1993, il est titulaire du grand-orgue de la basilique du Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre, avant de succéder à Olivier Messiaen à l'église de la Trinité jusqu'en 2008.

Il est professeur d'analyse au Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Boulogne et (Visiting Professor) à la Royal Academy of Music de Londres. Avec son épouse Marie-Bernadette Dufourcet, il est l'auteur d'un « Guide pratique d'analyse musicale » (1991).

Œuvres

Orgue

  • Cosmogonie (composed 1983. Unpublished.)
  • Petite suite (composed 1983. Waltham Abbey, Essex: UMP, 2004)
  • Symphonie en Trois Mouvements (composed 1984. Paris: Combre, 1984)
  • The Embrace of Fire: Triptyque (composed 1986. Paris: Combre, 1986)
  • Hommage à Igor Stravinsky. Triptyque (composed 1986. Paris: Leduc, 1990)
  • Expressions (composed 1988. Chicago, Illinois (USA): H. T. FitzSimons, 1988)
  • Memor (composed 1989. London: UMP, 1990)
  • Rubaiyat (composed 1990. London: UMP, 1991)
  • Variations on two themes: « Old hundredth » & « Donne secours » (composed 1991. London: UMP, 1991)
  • Rhapsody for organ duo (composed 1992. Waltham Abbey, Essex: UMP, 2005)
  • Mariales (composed 1993. London: UMP, 1993)
    • Incantation
    • Pastorale
    • Antienne
    • Hymne
    • Danse
  • Le Tombeau d'Olivier Messiaen: Trois Méditations symphoniques (composed 1993. London: UMP, 1994)
  • Vexilla regis prodeunt (composed 1994. Paris: Leduc, 1995)
  • Canticum (composed 1995. London: UMP, 1996)
  • Sinfonia in honore Sancti Ioannis Baptistæ (composed 1996. London: UMP, 1997)
  • Pange lingua (composed 1996. Paris: Leduc, 1997)
  • Te Deum (composed 1997. London: UMP, 1998)
  • Bagatelle (composed 1997. London: UMP, 1998)
  • Chant de Joie (composed 1997. London: UMP, 1998)
  • The Last Judgment (composed 1999. Paris, Leduc, 2000)
  • Quatre Études-Caprices for pedal solo (composed 2000. Paris: Leduc, 2001)
  • Gershwinesca (composed 2000. Mainz: Schott Music, in preparation)
  • In Organo, Chordis et Choro (composed 2001. Paris. Leduc, 2002)
  • Le Bien-aimé: Suite symphonique (composed 2001. Paris: Leduc, 2002)
  1. J'ai trouvé celui que mon cœur aime
  2. Notre joie et notre allégresse
  3. Viens, mon Bien-Aimé
  4. Avant que souffle la brise du jour
  5. Son aspect est celui du Liban, sans rival, comme les cèdres
  6. Ses traits sont des traits de feu
  7. Voici qu'il arrive sautant sur les montagnes, bondissant sur les collines
  • Ouverture Libanaise (composed 2001. Paris: Leduc, 2004)
  • Agapê (composed 2001. London: UMP, 2002)
  • Bach'orama: Organ Fantasia on themes by Johann Sebastian Bach (composed 2003. Paris, Leduc, 2004)
  • Gregoriana (composed 2003. Paris: Leduc, 2004)
  • Salve Regina (composed 2004. Mainz: Schott, 2005)
  • Saksøbing præludier (composed 2005. Paris: Combre, 2006)
  1. Mit hjerte altid vanker (Always my heart wanders to the birth place of Jesus)
  2. Nærmere, Gud, til dig (Nearer, my God, to Thee)
  3. O Gud, du ved og kender (O God, Thou knowest)
  4. At sige verden ret farvel (The last farewell to life on earth)
  5. Hil dig, Frelser og Forsoner! (Hail You, Saviour and Atoner)
  6. Den mørke nat forgangen er (The gloomy night to morning yields)
  7. Nu blomstertiden kommer (Now the flowers are blooming)
  8. Påskeblomst! (Paschal Flow'r! why do you care to come forth?)
  9. Op, al den ting, som Gud har gjort (Arise, all things that God has made)
  10. O kristelighed! (O thou, image of Christ!)
  11. Så vældigt det mødte os først i vor dåb (How wonderful, that the Word first met us in baptism)
  12. Befal du dine veje (Commit thy way [unto God])
  • Mit seinem Geist: Variations on « Ein feste Burg » (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2007)
  • AALAIKI'SSALAAM: Variations on a Lebanese theme (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2007)
  • Esquisses Grégoriennes en forme de Messe basse (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2007)
  1. Nos autem (Entrée)
  2. Ave maris stella (Offertoire)
  3. Pater noster (Élévation)
  4. Ave verum (Communion)
  5. O filii et filiae (Sortie)
  • Hommage à Jean Langlais (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2008)
  • Glenalmond Suite (composed 2007. Waltham Abbey, Essex: UMP, 2007)
  1. Strømmende
  2. Favnende
  3. Smilende
  4. Jublende
  • To call my true love to my dance (composed 2007. Unpublished.)
  1. Theme
  2. Cantabile
  3. Valse
  4. Deciso
  5. Arabesque
  6. Burletta
  7. Tango
  8. Scherzando
  9. Berceuse
  10. Finale
  • All my founts shall be within you (Alle mine kilder skal være hos dig) (composed 2007. Unpublished.)

Orgue et autres instruments

  • Old Hundredth for brass and organ (composed 1983. Paris: Leduc, 1995)
  • Fantaisie sur « Adeste, Fideles » with 2nd organ ad libitum (composed 1986. Paris: Bornemann/Leduc, 1988)
  • Duo Concertant for organ and piano (or two pianos) (composed 1988. London: UMP, 1990)
  • Rondo for Christmas for trumpet and organ (composed 1988. London: UMP, 1990)
  • Hymne au Sacré-Cœur for 7 trumpets and organ (composed 1992. Paris: Leduc, 1995)
  • Sonate for trumpet and organ (composed 1994. London: UMP, 1995)
  • Suite Rhapsodique for horn and organ (composed 2002. London: UMP, 2002)
  • Capriccio for violin and organ (composed 2005. London: UMP)

Orchestre et concertos

  • Fantaisie Celtique for piano and orchestra (composed 1985. London: UMP, 1997)
  • Concerto for organ and strings (composed 1988. London: UMP)
  • Les Noces de l'Agneau: Trois tableaux symphoniques for orchestra (composed 1996. London: UMP, 1997)
  • Hymne de l'Univers for orchestra (composed 1997. London: UMP, 1998)
  • Seattle Concerto for organ and orchestra (composed 2000. London: UMP, 2000)
  • Concerto for violin and orchestra (composed 2002. Paris: Leduc)
  • Concerto No. 3 for organ and string orchestra (composed 2003. London: UMP)
  • Ouverture Libanaise for orchestra (composed 2004. Paris: Leduc, 2004)
  • Saksøbing præludier for chamber ensemble (flute, clarinet, bassoon, harp, violin, viola, and cello) (composed 2005. Paris: Combre, 2006)
  1. Mit hjerte altid vanker (Always my heart wanders to the birth place of Jesus)
  2. Nærmere, Gud, til dig (Nearer, my God, to Thee)
  3. O Gud, du ved og kender (O God, Thou knowest)
  4. At sige verden ret farvel (The last farewell to life on earth)
  5. Hil dig, Frelser og Forsoner! (Hail You, Saviour and Atoner)
  6. Den mørke nat forgangen er (The gloomy night to morning yields)
  7. Nu blomstertiden kommer (Now the flowers are blooming)
  8. Påskeblomst! (Paschal Flow'r! why do you care to come forth?)
  9. Op, al den ting, som Gud har gjort (Arise, all things that God has made)
  10. O kristelighed! (O thou, image of Christ!)
  11. Så vældigt det mødte os først i vor dåb (How wonderful, that the Word first met us in baptism)
  12. Befal du dine veje (Commit thy way [unto God])
  • Påskeblomst for string orchestra (composed 2005. Waltham Abbey, Essex: UMP)
  • Concerto No. 4 for organ and chamber ensemble « Det strømmende og uudslukkelige... » (composed 2007. Paris: Combre)

Autres instruments et musique de chambre

  • Prélude et Fugue for bassoon quartet (composed 1983. London: UMP)
  • Shasta: Suite for harpsichord (composed 1986. Cleveland, Ohio (USA): Ludwig Music 1988)
  • Divertimento for guitar quartet (composed 1987. London: UMP)
  • Jeu for harp solo (composed 1987. Paris: G. Billaudot, 1990)
  • Sonate for violin solo (composed 1994. Paris: Leduc, 1996)
  • Caprice en Rondeau for flute and piano (composed 1998. Paris: Leduc, 1999)
  • Sonate for violin and piano (composed 2000. Paris: Leduc, 2002)
  • Dumia for piano solo (composed 2001. London: Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, 2001)
  • Ouverture Libanaise for piano solo (composed 2001. Paris: Leduc, 2004)
  • Påskeblomst for string quartet (composed 2007. Waltham Abbey, Essex: UMP)

Œuvres vocales

  • Saul de Tarse: Oratorio for choir, soloists and orchestra (composed 1991. Paris: Leduc, 2000)
  • Missa resurrectionis for soprano solo (composed 1994. London: UMP, 1995)
  • Missa redemptionis for SATB choir a capella (composed 1995. London: UMP, 1995)
  • Phèdre: Cantata for mezzo soprano and piano (composed 1997. London: UMP, 1998)
  • Children for SATB choir a capella (composed 1999. London: UMP, 1999)
  • Messe Solennelle for choir and organ (with 2nd organ ad libitum) (composed 1999. London: UMP, 1999)
  • Magnificat for soprano, violin and organ (composed 1999. Paris: Leduc, 2002)
  • Gloria for choir and organ (composed 2002. London: UMP, 2002)
  • Ave maris stella for choir and organ (composed 2003. London: UMP, 2003)
  • Phèdre for mezzo soprano and orchestra (composed 2004. London: UMP)
  • The Dove for tenor and string quartet (composed 2005. Mainz: Schott, 2006)
  • The Dove for tenor (or soprano) and organ (composed 2005. Mainz: Schott, 2006)
  • The Dove for tenor and string orchestra (composed 2005. Mainz: Schott, 2005)
  • Jesu Redemptor omnium for choir, brass quintet, timpani and percussion (composed 2005. London: UMP)
  • Det strømmende: Canon (composed 2005. Unpublished.)
  • Magnificat for three treble voices and organ (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2008)
  • Nunc dimittis for three treble voices and organ (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2008)
  • Magnificat for soprano and organ (composed 2006. Mainz: Schott, 2008)
  • Verbum caro factum est for three treble voices and organ (composed 2007. Unpublished.)
  • Megalynarion of Pascha for SATB choir and organ (composed 2007. Unpublished.)

Notes et références

Être compositeur, être compositrice en France au 21e siècle, Éric Tissier, L'Harmattan, Paris, 2009.

Précédé de :
Daniel Roth
Titulaire des grandes orgues, Basilique de Montmartre
1985-1993
Suivi de :
Philippe Brandeis et Gabriel Marghieri
Précédé de :
Olivier Messiaen
Titulaire des grandes orgues, église de la Trinité
1993-2008
Suivi de :
Loic Mallié (2011- )

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