Faure's Requiem gives expression to the unintelligible and delivers a sanctimonious aura to all who listen. His perception of death through the 1st , 2nd, and 5th movements are masterpieces of the human psyche itself. His other movements, notwithstanding, are also monuments to God and His divine presence in all of us. There are few times when unspeakable grief and joy can be written and sung as they are in Faure's Requiem. To truly appreciate this work , one must sing it, and effectively empathise in the baritone and soprano soli. The baritone solo in the 5th movement, Libera Me, expresses tribulations and fears to make any man tremble. To finish his requiem, faure writes a beautifully serene and touching peace.The 6th movement-In Paradisium is a fitting end to the work. It uplifts your spirits to the peaceful arms of heaven as mentioned by the title, in paradise. Faure's Requiem is one of the best representations of his work.