Lamentations : Second reading for Good Friday
by Vaughan McAlley (2012)
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Lamentations is a setting of the second set of readings for Good Friday. The scoring is SATTB, but transposed down a fourth it can also be sung by men only (ATTBarB). The words are from Lamentations 2:13-15. Images with relevance to contemporary society include a depiction of a sea-breach inspired by the disastrous and unstoppable tsunami in Japan, and today's myriad of false prophets. Jerusalem being likened to a beautiful daughter who has lost her innocence is particularly poignant.
Instrumentation: ATTBarB men's choir.
Difficulty: Advanced — Requires good tuning
- In the form/style of: Easter Music
Performances of this work
15 Apr 2014: at Angeli Vocal Ensemble (Scots' Church (Melbourne)).
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