Lennox Berkeley: The Lord Is My Shepherd Op.91 No.1


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Treble Solo, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Organ (SOP/SATB/ORGA)
Artist: Lennox Berkeley
Catalogue #: CH55057
ISBN: 9780711919334
This Item Earns 4 Musicroom Points

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Psalm 23 set for Solo Treble, SATB Chorus and Organ. This work was commissioned by Chichester Cathedral for its 900th anniversary.



Lennox Berkeley: The Lord Is My Shepherd Op.91 No.1 reviews verified by Reevoo

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Overall rating
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Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 review

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Customer Rating A very beautiful piece of music with a lovely soprano solo.
Although some of the harmonies are difficult to master at first, once learn't it creates a very effective ambience.
Suitable for people of all standards, as practice makes perfect!
lucia carini

Customer Rating Although not the most accesible of pieces, Berkeley's setting of Psalm 23 still echo's the rolling pastoral imagery associated with the text whilst avoiding sentimentality or becoming contrived. The idyll presented in the opening bars of treble solo is compimented by luscious cascades of contrapuntal writing and more sombre chant-like reflections in the central sections. Chromaticism and dissonance is perhaps more refined than in some of Berkeley's other music which allows for a more fluid and congruent gesture.
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Format: Vocal Score
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Chester Music

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