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Judith Weir: In The Land Of Uz: Mixed Choir And Piano/Organ

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COMPOSER: Judith Weir
PUBLISHER: Chester Music
INSTRUMENTATION: Tenor, SATB and Organ Accompaniment
PRODUCT FORMAT: Vocal Score
Judith Weir's In The Land Of Uz  for SATB chorus, solo tenor and instrumental ensemble. This work was commissioned by BBC Radio 3. It was first performed on 12th August 2017 at the BBCPromsin Southwark Cathederal, London, by the BBC Singers, Adrian Thompson (tenor) and the Nash Ensemble,
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Composer Judith Weir
Publisher Chester Music
Instrumentation Tenor, SATB and Organ Accompaniment
Product Format Vocal Score
Description Product Type Vocal Score
Genre Classical
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2017
EAN 5020679279557
No. MUSCH85811
Voicing SATB
Description

Judith Weir's In The Land Of Uz for SATB chorus, solo tenor and instrumental ensemble.

This work was commissioned by BBC Radio 3. It was first performed on 12th August 2017 at the BBCPromsin Southwark Cathederal, London, by the BBC Singers, Adrian Thompson (tenor) and the Nash Ensemble, conducted by David Hill.

In the Land of Uz is a dramatised reading of the biblical Book of Job, from which all thetext istaken, in the musical form of a cantata, or short oratorio. The majority of the music is sung by the chorus, but there are also ‘obbligato’ roles for a small group of instruments which appear singly or in pairs;viola,double bass, soprano saxophone, trumpet, tuba and organ. Job appears from time to time as a solo tenor; his thoughts are also represented by the viola. Although the bulk of the storytelling is undertaken by the chorus, aspeakingnarrator also makes occasional appearances.

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