Magnificat, op. 79 : for choir (soprano, alto, tenor, bass)
by Andrew Schultz (2009)
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Magnificat, Opus 79, is a setting of the traditional Latin Liturgical text for unaccompanied choir in four and eight parts. It was written in 2009 for the Sydney Chamber Choir conducted by Graham Abbott. It complements the Schultz Nunc Dimittis for choir, Opus 89, written two years later. Magnificat may be performed on its own or together with the Nunc Dimittis.
Instrumentation: SATB choir (with occasional passages in SSAATTBB).
Duration: 7 min.
Commission note: Commissioned by Sydney Chamber Choir.
Resonate article: New Australian compositions for chamber choir by Paul Stanhope
- In the form/style of: Christian music
Performances of this work
15 Aug 10: St Kevin's Church, Deacon St, Bangalow
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