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Music comes : treble choir with piano

by Sandra Milliken (2011)

Audio Sample

Performance by Raffles Girls' Primary School from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 57

Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 57


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Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 57 / works by Sandra Milliken.

Library shelf no. CD 2666 [Available for loan]

Music comes


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Work Overview

Music Comes was the commissioned set piece for the Singapore Youth Music Festival 2012 Central Judging of Choirs (Primary Schools). It therefore needed to include competition elements suitable for young singers to understand and perform with artistry. The text had great appeal to me, with colourful contrasts and comparisons to the instrumental likeness of nature's sounds.

The setting itself begins in a dreamy, half asleep mood with harp-like piano chords merging into a distinct ritmico section where the ancient airs eventually become jarring drums as the sleeper is disturbed. New sounds awaken the senses - solemn music, a bird or was it the wind? There is an abundance of scope within the piece for exploring its articulation and dynamic/tonal colour.

This is a great competition piece!

Work Details

Year: 2011

Instrumentation: SSA choir, piano.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Commission note: Set piece commissioned by the Co-curricular Activities Branch of the Ministry of Education for the Singapore Youth Festival 2012 Central Judging of Choirs (Primary Schools)

First performance: 2012. Singapore Youth Music Festival

Performances of this work

2012: Singapore Youth Music Festival

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