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Resurrection : for massed choirs and percussion

by Katia Tiutiunnik (2004)

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Performance by Mary Tatchell from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 58

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Work Overview

This work was commissioned by the Canberra Church of England Girls' Grammar School, where I was Artist-In-Residence, to celebrate the official opening of their new music centre. Resurrection was completed during a period in which I was recovering from significant injuries suffered as a result of being a victim of a bus accident, in Canberra, on January 17 2004. (This accident also forced me postpone my Visiting Scholar's Residency at Columbia University in the City of New York).

Work Details

Year: 2004

Instrumentation: 2 SATB choirs, SA choir, percussion (6 players).

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Student or professional ensembles.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Canberra Girls Grammar School

Commission note: Commissioned by Canberra Girls Grammar School for Canberra Girls Grammar School and Canberra Boys Grammar School Combined Choirs and Percussion Ensemble

First performance: by Mary Tatchell — 18 Sep 04. Canberra, Australia

The composer notes the following styles, genres, subjects etc associated with this work:
Church music, 16th Century polyphony, Arab music, Jewish music

Text is compiled from excerpts from the Latin Catholic Mass and excerpts from Latin translations of various psalms.

Performances of this work

18 Sep 04: Canberra, Australia. Featuring Mary Tatchell.

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