Albert Ketelbey: In A Monastery Garden (SATB)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Piano (SATB/PFA)
Artist: Albert Ketèlbey
Catalogue #: EA18302
ISBN: 5020679549193
This Item Earns 4 Musicroom Points

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In A Monastery Garden arranged as four-part song by the composer.



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In A Monastery Garden

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Customer Rating Well, I must admit, I've never heard of A. W. Ketelbey before. But I've got some very old Columbia shellack records from a friend composer and one was labelled: In a Monastery Garden, Pt 1 & Pt 2 (Flip side), Albert W Ketelbey's Concert Orchestra, Conducted by Composer, With Vocal Effects. The piece was so good, that I recorded it to my PC and did all what I can to make it technically better for listening. A haunting melody and with a beautiful choir singing "Kyrie Eleison". OK, it's not strictly speaking "classic". But classy it is, for sure. Later I've learned that "The Monastery" was very popular in the twenties in Britain. The arrangement is for a choir, big orchestra (violins and harp playing an important role) and organ. Oh yes, and for (a very fine) soprano. Unfortunately, it remains unknown who sung it on that old disc, but the vocal is very, very good. It is also interesting to hear how expressively the choir has been singing the "Kyrie". The organ always comes right, emphasizing the hymnical effect of the piece. There's a tubular bell and an imitation of bird's singing -- It's Christmas evening. What a Christmas gift.
Edi Zubovic


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Published on: 23/05/2001
Format: Vocal Score
Length: 8 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Edwin Ashdown

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