Rosemary canticles (mixed choir with accompaniment)
by Paul Paviour (2006)
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Instrumentation: 1. A call to remembrance: Prelude: for SSA chorus, keyboard. 2. Introit: soprano, mezzo-soprano and tenor soloists, SATB choir, keyboard. 3. Psalm: narrator, keyboard. 4. Threnody: nothing is here for tears: for soprano, keyboard. [Un-numberred] Interlude: organ. 5. Motet: e'en such is time: for SATB choir. 6. Hymn: through the darkness of death: for tenor, keyboard. 7. Ode: And death shall have no dominion: for narrator, keyboard. 8. They are all gone into a world of light: soprano, mezzo-soprano and tenor soloists, SATB choir, keyboard.
Duration: 45 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Very good amateur.
Contents note: 1. A call to remembrance - Prelude ; 2. Introit ; 3. Psalm ; 4. Threnody: Nothing is here for tears ; Interlude ; 5. Motet: E'en such is time ; Hymn: Through the darkness of death ; 7. Ode! And death shall have no dominion ; 8. They are all gone into a world of light.
Dedication note: "To the memory of Elizabeth Evangeline Oldham 1956-2005"
Commission note: Commissioned for the Southern Tablelands Festival
First performance: 12 Nov 06. Goulburn Cathedral, N.S.W.
Texts by: John Milton (Threnody) ; Walter Raleigh (Motet: E'en such is time) ; Lionel Johnson (Hymn: Through the darkness of death) ; Dylan Thomas (Ode! And death shall have no dominion) ; Henry Vaughan (They are all gone into a world of light).
Texts from the Bible: Psalm: Psalm 39 ; They are all gone into a world of light: Prayer Book service (1549) ; Book of Revelation 14 verse 13.
- In the form/style of: Psalms
Performances of this work
12 Nov 06: Goulburn Cathedral, N.S.W.
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