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Southern Cantata, op.102 (satb choir with soloists and chamber ensemble)

by Andrew Schultz (2017)

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Performance by Brisbane Chamber Choir, Graeme Morton, Kathryn Morton, Adam Broit from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 100.

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Work Overview

Southern Cantata is a four movement work commissioned by St John's Southbank, Melbourne to a new text by Katherine Firth. The work is scored for choir, soloists and early music orchestra although it may also be performed on modern instruments. The work was commissioned to celebrate St John's period performances of the cantatas of J S Bach.

Work Details

Year: 2017

Instrumentation: SATB choir, solo soprano, solo tenor, natural trumpet in C and D (or trumpet in B flat or A), timpani, theorbo (or harp), harpsichord, chamber organ, 6 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos, double bass.

Duration: 26 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Contents note: 1. Listen now -- 2. A handful of thorns -- 3. The moon drowned/Elegy -- 4. After the storm.

Commission note: Commissioned by St John's Southbank, Melbourne (Graham Leischke, Music Director)

First performance: by Graham Leischke, St John's Bach Choir and Orchestra at First Sunday of Advent (St John's Lutheran Church, Southgate) on 3 Dec 2017

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Performances of this work

19 Aug 2018: at Southern Ocean (St John's Cathedral, Brisbane). Featuring Brisbane Chamber Choir, Graeme Morton, Kathryn Morton, Adam Broit.

3 Dec 2017: at First Sunday of Advent (St John's Lutheran Church, Southgate). Featuring Graham Leischke, St John's Bach Choir and Orchestra.

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