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Michael Waldenby: Omnia tempus habent: Chœur Mixte et Accomp.

aus: Liber Ecclesiastes

COMPOSITEUR: Michael Waldenby
PART {INSTRUMENT}: Cello
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partie seule
ÉDITEUR: Carus Verlag
The composition of Verba Ecclesiastes begun in 2002 as a result of a comission from my friend Gary Graden. For many years I’ve found those words from the Old Testament very fascinating – as everyone knows, I’m not alone. “Vanity of vanities! All is vanity!” Writers, painters and filmmakers have for
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Compositeur Michael Waldenby
Description Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Instrumentation Chœur Mixte et Accomp.
Voix Double Choir
Instrumentation SSAATTBB and Cello
Part {Instrument} Cello
Type de produit Partie seule
Description Product Type Partition
Langue Latin
Éditeur Carus Verlag
Genre Musique religieuse
Année de publication 2015
Nombre de Pages 4
Edition Number CV 07.386/31
CV738631
Description
The composition of Verba Ecclesiastes begun in 2002 as a result of a comission from my friend Gary Graden. For many years I’ve found those words from the Old Testament very fascinating – as everyone knows, I’m not alone. “Vanity of vanities! All is vanity!” Writers, painters and filmmakers have for centuries been dealing with the subject and I found it high time to set the famous words to music. The suite, for soloists, choir and violoncello, consists of six movements, each one enlighting a different view of life and afterlife, and also, as Matthew Arnold puts it “of human misery”. Yet the suite is full of hope and humanity, specially recognizable in the two central parts, Dulce lumen and Omnia tempus habent. The music was completed in 2009. (Michael Waldenby)
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