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John Hoybye: Hope. Easter music: Mixed Choir And Ensemble

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COMPOSER: John Hoybye
PUBLISHER: Carus Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Vocal Score
Danish composer John Høybye enjoys great acclaim at home and abroad, not just for his music but also for his work as a (choral) conductor and arranger. Presenting a medium level of difficulty, Hope. Easter Music is suitable for a good amateur choir. The mix of a beautiful choral sound and rhythmic
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Composer John Hoybye
Publisher Carus Verlag
Instrumentation Tenor Voice, SATB and Chamber Ensemble
Product Format Vocal Score
Description Product Type Vocal Score
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2023
Grade of Difficulty 3
ISMN 9790007254544
No. CV1011403
Number of pages 68
Voicing SATB
Text language English
Description
Danish composer John Høybye enjoys great acclaim at home and abroad, not just for his music but also for his work as a (choral) conductor and arranger.Presenting a medium level of difficulty, Hope. Easter Music is suitable for a good amateur choir. The mix of a beautiful choral sound and rhythmic intensity in jazz-inspired phrases is “trademark Høybye”. Primarily written for four voices (SATB), the choral writing subdivides at certain, particularly expressive passages to create six- or eight-part harmonies. In addition, the male voices are challenged by several excellently scored four-part passages (TTBB without female voices). The short male voice solo can be sung instead by the choir if necessary.The instrumental quartet is given ample scope for improvisation. While each of the eight movements has its own unique character, the work forms a cohesive whole. Based on a text by Edward Broadbridge, the movements are linked by the theme of “hope” as well as by recurring musical motifs and themes. This not only makes the piece easier to rehearse, but also ensures its popularity with audiences.
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