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
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When this magnificent choral work made its debut in 1997, it was immediately recorded by the Los Angeles Master Chorale and received a Grammy nomination. Since then, it has earned a place in the choral
Composed in 1965 for the Cathedral of Chichester in Sussex, England, this massive choral statement in three movements was conceived when Leonard Bernstein was at the height of his musical skills. It
This multi-movement work for chorus, soprano solo and orchestra (piano reduction) is a staple in the choral/orchestral repertoire.
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
If you are a discriminating choral director looking to add something of substance to your program, try this! John Rutter's exceptionally strong 17-minute work for mixed voices is perfect for concerts,
Vivaldi's masterwork for solo voices, mixed chorus and keyboard reduction. This Walton edition includes extensive editorial notes on score revisions and Baroque performance practice. Orchestral parts
The Baerenreiter edition of Mozart's masterwork; this has become a staple in the repertoire.
English. 24 p.
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