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Sonata sopra Sancta Maria ora pro nobis : soprano with ensemble

by Andrew Schultz (1994)

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Performance by Seymour Group, Emma Matthews from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 112

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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 112 / works by Andrew Schultz.

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Sonata sopra 'Sancta Maria ora pro nobis'


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Work Overview

This work is a transcription of Monteverdi's music of the same name - a movement taken from his large work, the Vespers of 1612. It was arranged by Schultz to commence a concert of Schultz's music given by The Seymour Group at the Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Sydney in July 1994. The original music is one of Monteverdi's most beautiful and transparent vocal works scored for soprano and orchestra with the simple, refrain-like text consisting solely of "Sancta Maria ora por nobis". This arrangement aims to capture the lithe joyousness of the original.

Work Details

Year: 1994

Instrumentation: Soprano voice, 2 flutes, clarinet in B flat, bass clarinet, marimba, cello.

Duration: 6 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Written for: Seymour Group

First performance: by Seymour Group, Emma Matthews — 10 Jul 94. Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Sydney, NSW

From Monteverdi's 'Vespro della Beata Vergine' (1610).


Performances of this work

10 Jul 94: Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Sydney, NSW. Featuring Seymour Group, Emma Matthews.

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