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The coming of winter

The coming of winter

for mixed choir (SATB)


  • Besetzung: gemischter Chor (SATB)
  • Ausgabe: Chorpartitur
  • Sprache: englisch
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Beschreibung
Gerald Barry’s The coming of winter is a setting of an Irish poem dating from the 9th or 10th century, and was commissioned for the 34th Seminar on Contemporary Choral Music at University College, Cork, in May 1997. The setting is notable for its idiosyncratic use of text: not only are the words of the poem sung both forwards and backwards, but the second half of the piece is given over to percussive nonsense syllables, making this a quirky but highly invigorating image of ‘the coming of winter’.
Details
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the Cork International Choral Festival for the 34th Seminar on Contemporary Choral Music with funds provided by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
Bindung: Rückendrahtheftung
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3607-8
Kompositionsjahr: 1997
Reihe: Choral Music of Our Time
Seitenzahl: 12
Spieldauer: 3'0"
UPC: 841886025868
Uraufführung : 2. Mai 1997 Cork, City Hall (IRL) · Dirigent: Blánaid Murphy · Cantique
Verlag: Schott Music Ltd., London
Aufführungen
Dirigent: Ben Palmer
2020-03-04 | London (United Kingdom), St Giles' Cripplegate — 18.00
Dirigent: Paul Hillier
2016-11-26 | Copenhagen (Dänemark), Frederiksborg Castle
Dirigent: Brian Wismath
2015-03-06 | Victoria (Kanada), Lutheran Church of the Cross — 20:00
Dirigent: Simon Jolly
2000-06-22 | Dublin (Irland (Republik)), National Gallery of Ireland — 18:00
Dirigent: Blánaid Murphy
1997-05-02 | Cork (Irland (Republik)), City Hall | Uraufführung
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Gerald Barry’s The coming of winter is a setting of an Irish poem dating from the 9th or 10th century, and was commissioned for the 34th Seminar on Contemporary Choral Music at University College, Cork, in May 1997. The setting is notable for its idiosyncratic use of text: not only are the words of the poem sung both forwards and backwards, but the second half of the piece is given over to percussive nonsense syllables, making this a quirky but highly invigorating image of ‘the coming of winter’.
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the Cork International Choral Festival for the 34th Seminar on Contemporary Choral Music with funds provided by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
Bindung: Rückendrahtheftung
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3607-8
Kompositionsjahr: 1997
Reihe: Choral Music of Our Time
Seitenzahl: 12
Spieldauer: 3'0"
UPC: 841886025868
Uraufführung : 2. Mai 1997 Cork, City Hall (IRL) · Dirigent: Blánaid Murphy · Cantique
Verlag: Schott Music Ltd., London
Dirigent: Ben Palmer
2020-03-04 | London (United Kingdom), St Giles' Cripplegate — 18.00
Dirigent: Paul Hillier
2016-11-26 | Copenhagen (Dänemark), Frederiksborg Castle
Dirigent: Brian Wismath
2015-03-06 | Victoria (Kanada), Lutheran Church of the Cross — 20:00
Dirigent: Simon Jolly
2000-06-22 | Dublin (Irland (Republik)), National Gallery of Ireland — 18:00
Dirigent: Blánaid Murphy
1997-05-02 | Cork (Irland (Republik)), City Hall | Uraufführung