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  • Author:
    John Gardner,Simon Harris
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    019336199X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0193361997
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    Oxford University Press; 1 edition (June 4, 1992)
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    144 pages
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A cappella: Vocal score:. has been added to your Basket Contains a collection of 30 choral songs for SATB unaccompanied, both secular an. .

A cappella: Vocal score:. has been added to your Basket. Contains a collection of 30 choral songs for SATB unaccompanied, both secular and sacred. This work includes pieces which range from two to eight voices; from monuments of the Renaissance to miniature canons from the Romantic period. It contains notes on each piece, and prose translations for non-English texts. See all Product description.

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A Cappella : An Anthology of Unaccompanied Choral Music from Seven Centuries

A Cappella : An Anthology of Unaccompanied Choral Music from Seven Centuries. by John Linton Gardner. A unique anthology which casts its net far and wide across seven centuries of unaccompanied European choral music, this book is a fascinating selection of thirty pieces, ideal for enterprising choirs looking for something out of the ordinary to enliven their repertoire.

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A cappella: an anthology of unaccompanied choral music from seven centuries (compilation). Miserere mei Deus adapted and arr. by Ivor Atkins Novello SSATB English 25 vs. Miserere mei Deus ed. by George Guest Chester Music SSATB + SATB Latin 25 vs. Anthems for choirs 1: 50 anthems for mixed voices (compilation). ed. by Francis Jackson Oxford University Press SATB 65 vs. Anthems for choirs 2: 24 anthems for sopranos and altos (compilation). by Philip Ledger Oxford University Press SA 40 vs.

John Gardner was born in Manchester and educated at Wellington College and Oxford University. After 6 years in the RAF, he joined the music staff of the Royal Opera House, leaving at the end of 1952 to pursue a freelance career as composer, teacher, pianist, and conductor. He has composed three symphonies, several large-scale cantatas, four operas, and a great variety of ensemble, solo and choral music as well as theatre music for the Old Vic and the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford.

Title: Oxford song books. General Note: Thirty sacred and secular part-songs and canons, for 2-8 mixed voices. Personal Name: Harris, Simon (Simon John Minshaw). Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

An Anthology of Unaccompanied Choral Music From Seven Centuries.

A unique anthology which casts its net far and wide across seven centuries of unaccompanied European choral music, this book is a fascinating selection of thirty pieces, ideal for enterprising choirs looking for something out of the ordinary to enliven their repertoire. Diversity and eclecticism are the hallmarks of this stimulating collection: the pieces range from two to eight voices; from monuments of the Renaissance to miniature canons by Lawes, Schubert, and Brahms; from "Sumer is icumen in" to Stanford and Grieg. This is a truly European anthology, encompassing the music of composers from England, France, Spain, Norway, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands. The contents are arranged chronologically, and though they include a few classics of the genre that no such survey can afford to ignore, the majority of pieces are unjustifiably lesser known. All are newly edited from their sources, at original pitch and in original note-values wherever practical; minimal editorial intervention allows this music to breathe afresh. There are notes on each piece, and prose translation for non-English texts.