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Morten Lauridsen: Soneto De La Noche (Nocturnes): Mixed Choir And Accomp.

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COMPOSER: Morten Lauridsen
PUBLISHER: Peermusic Classical
PRODUCT FORMAT: Choral Score
Four poems sharing a common motif of 'Night' provide the texts for my choral cycle Nocturnes, the American Choral Directors Association's commissioned work for its 2005 national convention. For Rilke's atmospheric Sa nuit d'ete, several melodic themes are supported by dense, colorful harmonies in
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Composer Morten Lauridsen
Publisher Peermusic Classical
Instrumentation Mixed Choir
Product Format Choral Score
Description Product Type Choral Score
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2010
UPC 680160495931
No. HL00229070
Number of pages 14
Voicing SATB
Series Peermusic Classical
Minimum Order Quantity Sales 5
Description
Four poems sharing a common motif of 'Night' provide the texts for my choral cycle Nocturnes, the American Choral Directors Association's commissioned work for its 2005 national convention. For Rilke's atmospheric Sa nuit d'ete, several melodic themes are supported by dense, colorful harmonies in both the choral and piano parts, leading to a climactic section where all are combined and stated simultaneously. Neruda's Soneto de la Noche, from his Cien Sonetos de Amor, speaks of an eternal love that transcends death while reaffirming life. My a cappella setting of this gorgeous poem is predominantly quiet, serene and folk-like, utilizing direct harmonies accompanying long, lyrical vocal lines. Agee's wondrous Sure on this Shining Night is set much like a song from the American musical theater, a genre for which I have held a life-long esteem. Rilke's poignant Voici le soir recalls the opening bell sounds and jazz-tinged chords of the first movement and serves as an epilogue, quietly concluding this cycle of night songs as darkness descends. --Morten Lauridsen
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