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The True Samaritan : four unaccompanied motets

by Nigel Butterley (1958)

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

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

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

Library shelf no. 782.55525/BUT 3 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 1958

Instrumentation: SATB choir.

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Contents note: Morning fanfare -- The True Samaritan -- My wishes -- Surrexit dominus.

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

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

Awards & Prizes

Year Award Placing Awarded for/to
2003 Classical Music Awards - Vocal or Choral Work of the Year Winner Nigel Butterley

Analysis

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

Resonate article: Nigel Butterley and the Problem that Wasn’t by Elliott Gyger

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Morning Fanfare from "The True Samaritan"
 

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Performances of this work

1976: Intervarsity Choral Festival in Hobart, Tasmania.

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