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Nico Muhly: Expecting The Main Things From You (Parts) ~ Parts (SATB, String Quartet, Percussion, Organ Accompaniment)
£29.95  Add to wishlist
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Skill Level Intermediate/Advanced
Media Sheet Music
Publisher St Rose

Expecting The Main Things From You is a work by Nico Muhly for SATB Choir, String Quartet, Percussion and Organ. Commissioned by the Gabe Wiener Foundation and first performed in May 2005 at Central Synagogue, New York, U.S.A., the piece lasts around 24 minutes. These are the Instrumental PartsMore
Tarik O'Regan: The Ecstasies Above (String Quartet Parts) ~ Parts (SSAATTBB/SATB, String Quartet)
£11.95  Add to wishlist
Availability  Print On Demand. Usually ships in 5 working days
Skill Level Intermediate/Advanced
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Novello & Co Ltd.

The Ecstasies Above, commissioned from the Robert Baker Commissioning Fund for Sacred Music by Yale Institute of Sacred Music, was premièred by Yale Schola Cantorum under the direction of Simon Carrington on 4th March, 2007 in Woolsey Hall, Yale University.

The minimum number of singers required is 16 (two each per chorus part, together with the solo voices); however, a larger number for the main chorus (16-32 voices for example) is more suitable. The string quartet and the two solo vocal quartets should be placed in front of the chorus. The vocal quartets should be spatially separated from each other. Depending on the venue and the size of the chorus, the string quartet may need to be amplified. More