Gabriel Jackson: Vidi Aquam


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: SATB/Organ Accompaniment (SATB/ORGA)
Composer: Gabriel Jackson
Series: New Horizons
Catalogue #: 9780193379817
ISBN: 9780193379817
This Item Earns 5 Musicroom Points

Description

This attractive and uplifting anthem sets the text of the Eastertide Vidi aquam antiphon. Different parts of the text are treated to contrasting musical ideas, including extended melismatic upper-voice passages and mainly homophonic full-choir sections, and the undulating organ part represents the flowing water of the text. A welcome addition to a service or concert programme for all fans of Gabriel Jackson's music.

Commissioned by the Friends of Lincoln Cathedral for their 75th anniversary and first performed by the Choir of Lincoln Cathedral with Charles Harrison (organ), directed by Aric Prentice, on 25 June 2011.



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Vidi Aquam

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 09/03/2012
Format: Vocal Score
Length: 12 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press

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