O Oriensis, op. 24 : for choir (SATB), marimba, piano and organ
by Andrew Schultz (1986)
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Performance by University Singers (University of Wollongong), Andrew Schultz from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 85.
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O Oriensis is a choral setting to a text of the composer. The SATB chorus is accompanied by keyboards and percussion. The character of the music is gentle and imploring. Oriensis is a name for the eastern or morning star.
Instrumentation: SATB choir, marimba, piano, organ.
Duration: 6 min.
Dedication note: To Noel and Cynthia
First performance: by University Singers (University of Wollongong) — Oct 87. University of Wollongong
Performances of this work
Oct 87: University of Wollongong. Featuring University Singers (University of Wollongong).
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