Eric Whitacre: Lux Aurumque

Books | SATB

Catalogue No: HL08501418
Composer: Eric Whitacre
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
Light,
warm and heavy
as pure gold,
and the angels
sing softly to the
newborn babe.


A poem by Edward Esch (translated into Latin by Charles Anthony Silvestri) with tight, shimmering harmonies. For SATB Choir (divisi) A Cappella.

As performed by Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir
ISBN: 73999807165
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 16 October 2003
No of pages: 8
Language: Latin
Publisher: Walton Music
 
     
       

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        Quality of content
        7.8
        Value for money
        7.8
        Overall rating
        7.8
        Scores 7.8 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Mary

        Reading GB singer and oboist
        +
        It is a beautiful piece
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        Confirmed purchase: 30 August 2016
        Published on: 21 September 2016
        10 out of 10

        Penelope

        York GB
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        All of it!
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        Confirmed purchase: 13 July 2015
        Published on: 31 July 2015
        10 out of 10

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        Confirmed purchase: 15 April 2014
        Published on: 24 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

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        4
        A beautiful piece but somewhat formulaic in style.
        Anonymous - (Mitcham, United Kingdom)
        5
        Great piece, I sung this at Southwark cathedral the other day, great to sing during communion, or in concert. Great service, No hassle, even fits through a mailbox
        Anonymous - (Salisbury, United Kingdom)
        5
        Inspiring! When we heard it we decided to perform it ourselves.
        Anonymous - (Coventry, United Kingdom)
        4
        A attractive unusual piece. Not that difficult, provided that your 2 soprano parts don't mind one singing an E and the other a D# against it! The choir took some time before they liked it, but I think most now believe it.
        Anonymous - (Scarborough, United Kingdom)
        5
        A thing of absolute beauty - we are considering singing it for our Christmas Carol Service
        Anonymous - ()
        4
        This piece is gorgeous. Although it's short, the slow tempo, lush harmonies and pure style helps to make time stand still. Not often performed in the UK. But it will be.
        Anonymous - (Weybridge, United Kingdom)

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