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for SSAA choir

Year:  2002   ·  Duration:  2m 30s

Year:  2002
Duration:  2m 30s

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A warm long lyrical melody begins in unison. Over the course of 3 verses the tune and accompanying figures are passed around. It finishes Maestoso. The soft refrain of Blessed o blessed indicates Mary relationship with her Lord. The rhythmic impulse varies throughout between 6/8 and 3/4. Whilst harmonically reasonably straight forward, the piece presents good tonal and blending challenges for a women's ensemble. The piano part can be played as written or embellished. Useful as an anthem or contemporary art song. Ideal for The Big Sing.

Commissioned note

Written for the Queen Margaret College Chorale to sing at the Big Sing in 2002

Difficulty note

Recommended by the composer for the Big Sing competition

Contents note

3 continuous verses and refrains

Text note

Based on Luke 1: 46-55
slightly adapted by Rosemary Russell