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Viva la musica : SATB choir with piano

by Sandra Milliken (2009)

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Performance by Cambrian Youth Choir, Berniece Hicks, Bronwyn French from the CD 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]

Viva la musica


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Viva la musica : SATB and piano / Sandra Milliken.

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Work Overview

Viva la music is a celebration of singing that catches the spirit and flies. Choral music is an integral part of many cultures and it binds us together in spirit and song. Beautiful melody lines and catchy syncopation characterise this piece, which is particularly suitable for massed choirs.

"So clap your hands together for music, feel the rhythm in your soul
Sing the melody, add in harmony, feel your spirit rise
Viva la music we sing, Viva la musica!" - Milliken

Work Details

Year: 2009

Instrumentation: SATB choir (with divisi), piano.

Duration: 4 min.

Difficulty: Easy

Commission note: For Berniece Hicks OAM and Blackstone-Ipswich Cambrian Youth Choir on the celebration of 40 years, 2009

First performance: by Cambrian Youth Choir — 2009. Cambrian Centre, Ipswich

Performances of this work

Sep 09.

2009: Cambrian Centre, Ipswich. Featuring Cambrian Youth Choir.

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