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Thomas Hewitt Jones: Lullay My Liking: Mixed Choir A Cappella

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COMPOSER: Thomas Hewitt Jones
PUBLISHER: Boosey and Hawkes
PRODUCT FORMAT: Vocal Score
Lullay, my liking was commissioned by BBC Music Magazine for the publication’s December 2014 issue. The brief was to compose a carol with simplicity of form, and this Middle English 15th century carol text lends itself to an expressive yet succinct setting. Hewitt Jones, who is receiving ever
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Composer Thomas Hewitt Jones
Publisher Boosey and Hawkes
Product Format Vocal Score
Theme Christmas
Year of Publication 2015
StylePeriodView Description Post 1901
Style A Cappella
ISBN 9781784541521
ISMN 9790060130793
Instrumentation Mixed Choir A Cappella
No. BH13079
Voicing SATB
Series Contemporary Choral Series (Boosey and Hawkes)
Composer Thomas Hewitt Jones
Description
Lullay, my liking was commissioned by BBC Music Magazine for the publication’s December 2014 issue. The brief was to compose a carol with simplicity of form, and this Middle English 15th century carol text lends itself to an expressive yet succinct setting. Hewitt Jones, who is receiving ever increasing attention as a choral composer, says the following about this setting: “My score is influenced by the revival in Christmas carols at the beginning of the 20th century that led many writers to compose in a quasi-medieval style. I decided the best way to respond to the text would be to draw on a variety of techniques from different periods that define many of today’s finest carols. As a result, you’ll find neo-medieval textures, a folk-song feel and harmonic movement inspired by one of my composing heroes, Peter Warlock”.For unaccompanied mixed voices with no divisi, the carol works just as well with four solo voices as it does with a larger SATB choir.
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