2 edition of Four songs from the British Isles, for four-part mixed choir a cappella. found in the catalog.
Four songs from the British Isles, for four-part mixed choir a cappella.
Duration: about 11 min.
|Series||Schott"s Chor Verlag|
|LC Classifications||M1584 T56 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||score (4 v. in 1)|
Diese Messe kann auch mit Chor und Orgel oder nur a cappella aufgeführt werden. Bläserbegleitung ab Quartett spielbar! American singer-songwriter Stephin Merritt released his song "The Book of Love" on CD 69 Love Songs. In the almost spartan-looking original version of Merit's uncut vocal presentation is accompanied only by a guitar.
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Traditional Folksongs from the British Isles. Leo Nestor: Four Part Songs From The Highlands The Novello Book Of British Folksongs For Mixed-Voice Choirs is an enjoyable collection of diverse tunes that have descended from the folksongs across the British Isles.
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Mixed voice arrangements by David Brunner, Irving Fine, Glenn Koponen, Gregory Rose, and R. Wilding-White collected for the first time in a complete edition. $ / By Gustav Holst. For SATB Choir. Romantic, Choral. Sheet Music. 14 pages.
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In the 20th century, composers of motets have often consciously imitated earlier styles. InRalph Vaughan Williams composed O clap your hands, a setting of verses from Psalm 47 for a four-part choir, organ, brass, and percussion, called a motet.
Carl Nielsen set in Tre Motetter three verses from different psalms as motets, first performed. Sephardic Folk Songs Sephardic Folk Songs (Eight Settings for Mixed Choir) SATB Book Mixed Choir.
M Medium. $ This arrangement takes the first movement of the famous Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven and has added a four-part choral movement to it, which is underlain with the view details.
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Four songs for voice, flute, harp and guitar / Igor Stravinsky. British For four-part mixed choir a cappella. book / Benjamin Britten. London New York: Boosey & Hawkes, c MB F6 Folksong arrangements. for four-part chorus of mixed voices and baritone and soprano soli with piano accompaniment / Johannes Brahms.
Donald Ross (center) of Henderson, leads a group in Sacred Harp singing. Sacred Harp is a religious folk or gospel music, sung a cappella, characterized by its use of shape notes, minor keys, and unusual four-part harmonies.
Photograph by Jane Levine, Courtesy Texas Folklife. Description. One of three American folksongs in Nance’s colorful, playful style, which is well within the reach of most high school choirs. The piece starts with unison women and then is followed by four-part men, which is the hardest section in the three pieces; good voice leading and comfortable tessitura ensures success.
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A breeze-swept cradle in the trees sets the mood, ending by gently rocking baby to sleep. Especially well suited for upper level choirs. One of an international collection of. Music in the British Isles, from the earliest recorded times until the Baroque and the rise of recognisably modern classical music, was a diverse and rich culture, including sacred and secular music and ranging from the popular to the elite..
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Set of parts. With Standard notation. Saddleworth Musical Society, Uppermill, Saddleworth, Oldham, Lancs A four part mixed choir of about 60 voices about to enter its 50th anniversary Year.
We perform three major events in the year - an orchestral spring concert, an operetta or light opera in the autumn and a Christmas Carol concert with orchestra and guest(s). A cappella Mixed Voices Hal Leonard HL Mixed choruses and chamber ensembles will frequently use and enjoy this collection of English madrigals, selected and edited by former King's Singer Philip Lawson.
The Folk Songs choral collection explores the musical world of the British Isles and Ireland. and gospels for four-part mixed choir a cappella or.
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Each of the major nations of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Lamentations (), another Łukaszewski work for mixed choir a cappella, had its world premiere on Ap in the Trinity Church on Wall Street in New York City.
Held as a part of the Church’s “Lamentatio” concert series, the performance featured the Choir of Trinity Wall Street with Michael Zaugg, guest conductor. Folk Songs for mixed choir Carus (p.
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Music reviewed ranges from reconstructions of pre-historic instrument, through Renaissance and Baroque to contemporary music. Mr Ford said rehearsals for the show begin in London on Monday and the actors will move to Newcastle before the show’s opening on March The production will spend four weeks in Newcastle before embarking on a tour of the British Isles, with performances in Liverpool, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh and York.
The first half of the program consisted of Aharon Harlap’s “Requiem” for soprano and baritone soloists, four-part mixed choir and orchestra. Premiered in Jerusalem inthe work is the composer’s homage to family, friends and mentors who have passed on; Harlap has dedicated it to his friend and colleague Prof.
Stanley Sperber. chamber choir: Small group of up to about twenty-four singers, who usually perform a cappella or with piano accompaniment.
chamber music the four-part chorus (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) is heard with orchestra. Country dance of British Isles, often in a lively triple meter; optional dance movement of solo and orchestral Baroque suite.
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In the first half of the century, blues artists such as Blind Willie Johnson were known for playing gospel songs alongside blues guitar. Also gaining popularity at the time were a cappella gospel quartets, featuring energetic lead vocalists, four-part harmony, and syncopated clapping.
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The Leeds People’s Choir is a friendly, mixed-voice, broadly secular, choir of diverse individuals brought together by a shared love of music. Under the skilled direction of talented jazz and folk singer Lorraine Cowburn, Leeds People’s Choir perform.
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