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Medieval Songs for Upper Voices

Song NameComposerArrangerVoicing
Domine Fili UnigeniteGiovanni Pierluigi da PalestrinaMatthew MichaelsSSA
Exultate JustiRussell RobinsonSSAPreview
Gaudete Christus est natusJeremy SummerlySSAPreview
Celebrate This Day TogetherPier ClereauPatrick LiebergenSSAPreview
There is no roseTrinity RollJeremy SummerlySSA
AlleluiaMontpellier CodexJeremy SummerlySSA

Our fascination with the music of the medieval era continues to grow and grow. This collection with contemporary notation and helpful performance options offers the modern choir an opportunity to celebrate the music of the past. "If Ye Love Me" is one of the most recognized anthems from the English Renaissance, in a new adaptation specifically geared to the limits of younger voices and middle school choirs. Intimate and expressive, this would work well in both concert and worship settings, and provides a great way to introduce young singers to historical choral works. "Domine Fili Unigenite" features canonic imitation, vocal ostinati, and delicately intertwining melodies, this a cappella setting is stunning. "Gloria Patri" has powerful antiphonal effect provides a dramatic vehicle for the English or Latin text! An appealing Renaissance work for both your mixed and treble ensembles! "Exultate Justi" is the famous Psalm 33 motet by Lodovico Grossi da Viadana adapted for younger ensembles. This composition is written in the typical Renaissance style of motets (a cappella sacred works) and madrigals (a cappella secular works). "Celebrate This Day Together" - energetic and rhythmic 16th-century piece is an excellent introduction to the music of the Renaissance. Includes secular or Christmas lyrics and optional hand drum.

Item code: 8016B | Sheet Music | $7.45 add item to cart
Early Music | A Cappella | SSA. Treble

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