The True Samaritan : four unaccompanied motets
by Nigel Butterley (1958)
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Instrumentation: SATB choir.
Duration: 14 min.
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
|2003||Classical Music Awards - Vocal or Choral Work of the Year||Winner||Nigel Butterley|
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Morning Fanfare from "The True Samaritan"
- In the form/style of: Motets
Performances of this work
1976: Intervarsity Choral Festival in Hobart, Tasmania.
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