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True Samaritan

Sheet Music: Score

The True Samaritan : four unaccompanied motets / music by Nigel Butterley

by Nigel Butterley (1958)

  • Sales Availability: We expect this item to be back in stock and available for purchase on 29 Jan 2018.
  • Library Availability: 782.55525/BUT 3 — Available for loan
  • Instrumentation: SATB choir.
  • Audio Sample

    Performance by Contemporary Singers, Antony Walker from the CD There came a wind like a bugle

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Product details

Published by: Wirripang [M-720072-17-3] — 1 score (32p. -- A4 (portrait))

Difficulty: Medium

Duration: 14 mins

Contents note:

Morning fanfare -- The True Samaritan -- My wishes -- Surrexit dominus.

First performance 1976. Intervarsity Choral Festival in Hobart, Tasmania.

First published by J. Albert & Son, 1976. Then by Hovea Music Press (Perth) in 2001.

Includes programme note, complete lyrics and biographical notes on the composer.

Text for 'Morning fanfare' by William Austin, and for 'Surrexit Dominus' by William Dunbar. Text of the other 2 motets are anon.

Typeset edition.

This edition produced 1976.

ISMN: M-720072-17-3

Related products

This work is also available in the following products:

There came a wind like a bugle
CD: There came a wind like a bugle : chamber music / by Nigel Butterley.

True Samaritan
MP3: The True Samaritan / Nigel Butterley ; performed by Contemporary Singers, Antony Walker

 

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Analysis & Media

- Resonate Article: Nigel Butterley and the Problem that Wasn’t

- PDF: Musica Viva at Six-Butterley-1985
by Musica Viva and the Song Company

- Video: Morning Fanfare from "The True Samaritan"


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