Eric Whitacre: Alleluia

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Publisher: Chester Music
Composer: Eric Whitacre
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
One of the latest hotly-anticipated choral works from Eric Whitacre, Alleluia is sure to be popular with choirs for concerts and liturgical services and events alike. The work simply sets one word – Alleluia and embodies Whitacre's trademark style.

ISBN: 9781780386492
Published on: 26 March 2012
No of pages: 20
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH79057

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        Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
        10 out of 10


        Ferndown GB
        Bought for a 'Come and sing day' arranged by our chamber choir. A wonderful piece to learn. Enjoyed by those attending.
        A challenging piece but with a good music director is possible even with a small choir.
        Confirmed purchase: 06 June 2017
        Published on: 20 June 2017
        6 out of 10


        Skipton GB Passionate amateur musician
        Whitaker, like many other composers today, is caught in the dilemma between writing music which is easy enough for (good) amateur choirs to sing but still sounds contemporary. His "Alleluia" meets the first test - it is strongly tonal and the vocal lines are perfectly singable - but...
        ... compared with other works of his (eg "Cloudburst") it is disappointingly conventional and bland. 90 years ago Stravinsky and Poulenc were writing choral pieces that were both singable and red-hot new - why can't composers today??
        Confirmed purchase: 24 April 2017
        Published on: 09 June 2017
        10 out of 10


        BENDIGO GB cathedral musician and composer
        The luscious sound of the piece.
        Hard for a small choir as there is a lot of division and it needs a good soprano and bass soloist. BUT worth the challenge.
        Confirmed purchase: 17 June 2015
        Published on: 01 July 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        A tricky piece but well worth the hard work.
        Anonymous - (Sawbridgeworth, United Kingdom)
        Thoroughly enjoying working on this challenging piece.
        Anonymous - (Sawbridgeworth, United Kingdom)

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