Ce site Web utilise des cookies pour améliorer votre expérience.

David Bednall: Hail, Gladdening Light.: Chœur Mixte et Accomp.

Partition vocale | Partitions

COMPOSITEUR: David Bednall
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partition vocale
ÉDITEUR: Faber Music
Hail, Gladdening Light  was written at the request of Matthew Owens for the choir of Wells Cathedral and was first performed at Candlemas 2006. The composer has long been an admirer of the setting byCharles Wood and so wanted to create a work with a completely different atmosphere, particularly
4,44 €
TTC
Sur commande
Expédié habituellement sous 10 jours
Ce produit ne peut être commandé en ce moment.
Not available in your region.
Détails
Compositeur David Bednall
Description Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Instrumentation Chœur Mixte et Accomp.
Voix Double Choir
Instrumentation Choir SSAATTBB
Type de produit Partition vocale
Description Product Type Partition
Collection Choral Signature Series (Faber)
Éditeur Faber Music
ISBN 9780571535514
Edition Number 0571535518
FAB0571535518
Description

Hail, Gladdening Light was written at the request of Matthew Owens for the choir of Wells Cathedral and was first performed at Candlemas 2006. The composer has long been an admirer of the setting byCharles Wood and so wanted to create a work with a completely different atmosphere, particularly focusing on mystical light. The opening and closing sections make use of the Gregorian Chant for Candlemas – a troped settingof the Nunc dimittis. Where these chanted sections occur they should be unconducted and sung with the freedom and tempo of plainsong. The emphasis throughout the whole piece should be on luminosity.

This pieceisfrom Faber's Choral Signature Series which introduces a wealth of new or recently written choral music to choirs in search of fresh repertoire. the series draws in a rich diversity of living composersand includes both lighter and more challenging contemporary works, offering a thrilling array of varied styles.

Pièces jointes
    Chargement en cours
    Chargement en cours