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Mountain chant : three sacred choruses

by Ross Edwards (2003)

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Performance by University of New Hampshire Chamber Singers, William Kempster from the CD Reverberations

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Mountain chant : three sacred choruses / Ross Edwards.

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

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Work Details

Year: 2003

Instrumentation: SATB choir.

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Contents note: 1. O quam preciosa -- 2. Mountain chant -- 3. Oratio Dominica (The Lord's Prayer).

Dedication note: Dedicated to Fred Watson

Commission note: Commissioned by Cantillation (Musical ensemble), Melbourne Chorale with funds provided by Australia Council.

Includes texts by Hildegard von Bingen and Fred Watson, along with a setting of The Lord's Prayer in Latin.

Each of the three pieces may be performed on its own.


Program note: Ross Edwards' "Mountain Chant"
by Ross Edwards
Source: the score of this work


Performances of this work

26 Oct 2018: at SCM Symphony Orchestra and SCM Choirs (Verbrugghen Hall).

4 Aug 2018: at Dance | Chant : Celebrating Ross Edwards (City Recital Hall). Featuring Sydney Chamber Choir.

21 Sep 2013: at Cross Sections (The Concourse, Chatswood). Featuring Sydney Chamber Choir, Paul Stanhope.

14 Oct 2012: at Sacred and profane (St John's Church (Port Fairy)). Featuring Adelaide Chamber Singers, Carl Crossin.

16 Sep 2011: at Brighton to Bondi (Sydney Town Hall). Featuring Sydney Philharmonia Choirs.

9 May 2010: at Sacred Sounds (St. Finbar's Church). Featuring Sydney Chamber Choir.

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