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A sequence for Alun's poetry for voices, guitar and recorders

Klassische Musik/Crossover • 1983 • Texter: Brother David

A sequence for Alun's poetry for voices, guitar and recorders

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Verkäufer David W Solomons
ZIP, 297.1 Kb ID: SM-000181501 Datum des Uploads: 20 Mrz 2013
Blockflöte, Sopran, Countertenor, Gemischter Chor, Erzähler, Klassische Gitarre
Art der Partitur
David W Solomons
Englisch, Französisch, Griechisch
Brother David (formerly known as Alun Jones) is a monk who writes many religious and philosophical poems in various languages.
In this sequence of 7 sections he was approaching the end of his noviciate and considering which order he should devote himself to.

The sections are as follows:
1. Kyrie - Une heure ou deux me restent dans ce bruit sonore que tu es ... soprano and alto solos (distant and present voices) with guitar accompaniment
2. Un dernier regard car la fenêtre ouverte que tu es se clôt....soprano (still singing Kyrie) and alto with guitar accompaniment
3. Alone we are togther in this place - two alto recorders and guitar with spoken voice
4. He makes men pure from their sins (words by St Paul) - two equal voices with guitar chord names (also available as a separate score in various keys - see below)
5. Kyrie eleison and Christe eleison (sung in the distance) and (spoken) "When we have left, what shall be left behind...." - soprano solo, guitar, soprano recorder and spoken voice
6. Amidst grey working days - alto and guitar
7. Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy, sung as SATB choir
Note that in the recording I have added additional electronic sounds based on the harmonies laid down. Other performances may do similar things.

I have also created a few videos to illustrate some of the sections:

He makes men pure from their sins (this is also available here on musicaneo separately in various keys)

Amidst grey working days
(ignore the reference to myscorestore, which is now defunct)

Doux instrument

The sound sample here is now the complete recording including the Kyries beautifully sung by Sheralyn Rennert
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