This major work is a seven-movement setting of Psalm 100, predominantly in Latin. Inserted within the work are interjections of the text "Shout to the Lord, all ye lands!" in eight different languages. The
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This setting of the Magnificat was conceived by the composer as a prayer for the sick and the poor, and out of hope for those who struggle. This philosophy grows out of the fact that Mary herself was poor
Will Todd's Mass in Blue is fast becoming a staple of the choral repertory. A dynamic jazz setting of the Latin Mass, the work features driving grooves and blues harmonies, with provision for short
Bach's Mass in B minor is among the greatest and most ambitious works of all time. The various stages of composition of the Mass occupied the composer for over two decades: beginning with the
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A nine movement work for strings, solo trumpet, 3 percussionists, child soprano, soprano and mezzo-soprano soloists. The main movements of the Requiem Mass are set in Latin. Two extra movements were added
A significant new setting of the Requiem by Dan Forrest, scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano (mezzo-soprano) and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical
This four movement work is essentially a violin concerto, written at the request of the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation. The choir is important, but a part of the accompanying texture. The work can be performed
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