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Salisbury Vespers (Children's Part)


Salisbury Vespers (Children's Part)

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for chorus, chamber choir, and children's choir, or large divisi chorus, with orchestra or brass and organ
Showcasing Chilcott's exceptional talent for large-scale choral writing, Salisbury Vespers pays homage to this most ancient of services, combining settings of the traditional Vespers psalms with anonymous early texts and words from the Sarum Primer of 1516. Marian motets punctuate the psalm settings, and the work is concluded with a substantial setting of the Magnificat, using the plainsong melody from the same section in Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610. With driving rhythms, passages of reflective contemplation, and expansive, powerful textures, this is sure to become a mainstay of the modern choral repertory for years to come. Written for large mixed choir, chamber choir, and children's choir, Salisbury Vespers could equally be performed by a large mixed choir, with the parts for chamber choir and children's choir being sung by smaller sections taken from within the large chorus.

Chorus, chamber choir, children's choir or large divisi chorus & orchestra & organ

Duration : 50 minutes

Difficulty : Moderately difficult

Orchestration : Orchestra: trbn.1-timp.2perc.organ (opt)-str
Brass: 2 horns in F, 4 trumpets in B flat, 2 trombones, bass trombone, tuba, 2 percussion, timpani, organ


Psalm 69 (70), v.2: Deus in adiutorium
Psalm 109 (110): Dixit Dominus
Motet: I sing of a mayden
Psalm 112 (113): Laudate pueri
Motet: When to the temple Mary went
Psalm 121 (122): Laetatus sum
Motet: Lovely tear of lovely eye
Hymn: Vexilla Regis
Motet: Hail, Star of the sea most radiant
Magnificat anima mea
Et exultavit
Quia respexit
Quia fecit mihi magna
Et misericorida
Fecit potentiam
Deposuit potentes de sede
Esurientes implevit bonis
Suscepit Israel
Sicut locutus est
Gloria Patri
Sicut erat in principio

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Format : Book

By : Bob Chilcott

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 9780193364646

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