Ain Ke'erke'cha : Motet a4 - Elastic Score
by Adam Yee (2017)
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Library shelf no. 785/YEE 2 [Available for loan]
'ain ke'er'kecha' (Heb. 'there is none to compare to You') is based on an eight-line text introducing the poem 'keil Adon', itself a part of the Sabbath morning liturgy. This introductory text refers to four modes of redemption, associated with four divine names which form part of the climactic central event of the piece. In addition to the four divine names, the work refers to four mystical 'worlds' each of which finds a musical analogue in the four types of material. This work can be played by any combination of instruments provided that the four parts are balanced.
Instrumentation: Elastic scoring from any 4 orchestral instruments to full orchestra.
Duration: 5 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Requires improvised rhythm
Commission note: Written for the 2017 music exchange between King David School (Melbourne) and Emanuel School (Sydney)
First performance: 23 Oct 17. Emanuel School, Sydney. Played by students and staff of King David School (Melbourne) and Emanuel School (Sydney)
Performances of this work
23 Oct 17: Emanuel School, Sydney. Played by students and staff of King David School (Melbourne) and Emanuel School (Sydney)
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