Jonathan Harvey: I Love The Lord


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Alto, Contralto, Tenor, Bass (SMACTB)
Catalogue #: NOV290437
This Item Earns 3 Musicroom Points

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This anthem is scored for SSAATTBB and is unaccompanied. It was written in in 1976 for Martin Neary and the Winchester Cathedral Choir.



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Customer Rating I first heard this piece when I was visiting Stanford University. Dr. Stephen Sano's excellent ensemble performed it, and it is an exquisitely beautiful piece of music.
Mike Zachary

Customer Rating This is one of the most haunting and powerful works in the 20th-century genre.

Though Harvey's style in this piece is simply to exploit the interest of one major chord overlaid by another a half step above or below, the effect is quite powerful.

This piece requires a fairly "wobble-free" choir, in my opinion, since the harmonies are very close and there is a necessity for flawless tuning to pull it off successfully. However the individual parts are not that difficult, excepting the solo trio, particularly the treble line. This work would make a splendid concert piece.
BLink


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Format: Single Sheet
Length: 12 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Novello & Co Ltd.
Author: Jonathan Harvey

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