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Lamentation of Jeremiah : SATB choir

by Joseph Twist

Audio Sample

Performance by Warren Trevelyan-Jones, The Consort of Melbourne from the CD Works by Twist, Greenbaum, Munro, Edwards, Macpherson and Risby.

Mass of the Dreaming

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Works by Twist, Greenbaum, Munro, Edwards, Macpherson and Risby.


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Works by Twist, Greenbaum, Munro, Edwards, Macpherson and Risby.

Library shelf no. CD 2250 [Available for loan]

Work Details

Duration: 7 min.

Influenced by the music of Tomas Luis de Victoria, Steve Reich, Jonathan Dove, Arvo Pärt and James MacMillan.

Lamentation of Jeremiah was composed as part of a concert series entitled Victoria with a Twist.

Winner of the composition competition for XV International Choral Festival 'Days of Spiritual Music Cro Patria', in the Croatian city of Split.


Resonate article: Victoria with a Twist by Joseph Twist

Performances of this work

18 Nov 2016: at Romancero Gitano • Benjamin Ellerby (St Ignatius Catholic Church (Toowong, Qld)). Featuring Graeme Morton, University of Queensland Chamber Singers.

5 Oct 2014: at Brisbane Chamber Choir (Christ Church Cathedral (Newcastle NSW)). Featuring Brisbane Chamber Choir.

3 Oct 2014: at Brisbane Chamber Choir (Wesley Music Centre). Featuring Brisbane Chamber Choir.

5 Aug 2012: at Brisbane Chamber Choir: Laughter and Lament (St John's Cathedral, Brisbane). Featuring Brisbane Chamber Choir, Graeme Morton.

20 Jan 2012: at Renaissance Masters - Tallis Scholars Summer School (St James' Church (King Street)). Featuring Choir of St James' Church.

27 Aug 2011: at Victoria with a Twist III (St Mary's Cathedral (Sydney)).

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