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Come away, come away, death
Samuel Tang posted a topic in Choral, VocalJust composed this piece "Come away, come away, death" for SATB choir, a really short piece so hope you guys can have a listen through.
It's my first upload in here. Please advice for improvements, non professional composer here
Please, Some Ancient Mixolydian Choral Music!
ChristianPerrotta posted a topic in RepertoireGuys, please, I've never found it would be so difficult... I'm looking for some choral pieces written in strict mixolydian mode, but I don't want a modern one. I want those old medieval pieces, or maybe from renaissance. It just has to be mixolydian and choral. (preferrably for not too many voices...) Thanks in advance^^
Sacra/profana: Call For Choral Scores 2014
Guest posted a topic in External CompetitionsSACRA/PROFANA introduces the first annual SOUND/PROJECT Summer Choral Intensive, a week-long program open to recommended high school vocalists in San Diego County. The 2014 Call for Scores aims to provide students involved with the opportunity to premiere a new composition in tandem with the 20-voice professional choir SACRA/PROFANA. (For more information, please visit sacraprofana.org.) Deadline: May 1, 2014 - winners will be announced June 1, 2014. Fee: There is no fee to enter. Our Mission: To provide the high school students involved in the Sound/Project Summer Choral Intensive with the opportunity to premiere a new work. Eligibility: Compositions should use one of the following texts; (see attached page for full texts) “The Singers” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow “Refuge” by Sara Teasdale “I Dream a World” by Langston Hughes American composers of any age or institutional affiliation are eligible to submit scores. Compositions should not exceed ten minutes. Compositions should be scored for SATB Chorus (divisi optional) with or without piano accompaniment. Submission: Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive and complete the application form. All required application materials (score/parts, application form) must be submitted via email to email@example.com. Multiple submissions must be submitted separately. Scores should be submitted in PDF file format. A composer bio or resume (attached to the application form) is encouraged, but not required. The selection committee will not see the bio until after the judging process is complete. Only complete applications/compositions will be considered for performance. On the score, please eliminate all identifying information, except for the title of work. Compositions will remain anonymous throughout the judging process. Submissions will be judged by SACRA/PROFANA artistic staff members for the Sound/Project Summer Choral Intensive 2014. Questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refrain from including work titles in inquiries to preserve anonymity in the judging process. Prize: Winner (1): $250 cash prize and a featured premiere performance on Saturday, July 19th at the University of San Diego. The performing choir will consist of 50 (or more) of San Diego County’s most talented high school vocalists, as well as the 20-voice professional choir SACRA/PROFANA. Additional submissions may be considered for future SACRA/PROFANA performances. Winners will be notified via e-mail, and announced via SACRA/PROFANA’s webpage, Facebook page, and Twitter page. SACRA/PROFANA reserves the right to not select winners, but in doing so will forfeit the rights to perform submissions The Singers Henry Wadsworth Longfellow God sent his Singers upon earth With songs of sadness and of mirth, That they might touch the hearts of men, And bring them back to heaven again. The first, a youth, with soul of fire, Held in his hand a golden lyre; Through groves he wandered, and by streams, Playing the music of our dreams. The second, with a bearded face, Stood singing in the market-place, And stirred with accents deep and loud The hearts of all the listening crowd. A gray old man, the third and last, Sang in cathedrals dim and vast, While the majestic organ rolled Contrition from its mouths of gold. And those who heard the Singers three Disputed which the best might be; For still their music seemed to start Discordant echoes in each heart, But the great Master said, "I see No best in kind, but in degree; I gave a various gift to each, To charm, to strengthen, and to teach. "These are the three great chords of might, And he whose ear is tuned aright Will hear no discord in the three, But the most perfect harmony. Refuge Sara Teasdale From my spirit's gray defeat, From my pulse's flagging beat, From my hopes that turned to sand Sifting through my close-clenched hand, From my own fault's slavery, If I can sing, I still am free. For with my singing I can make A refuge for my spirit's sake, A house of shining words, to be My fragile immortality. I Dream a World Langston Hughes I dream a world where man No other man will scorn, Where love will bless the earth And peace its paths adorn I dream a world where all Will know sweet freedom's way, Where greed no longer saps the soul Nor avarice blights our day. A world I dream where black or white, Whatever race you be, Will share the bounties of the earth And every man is free, Where wretchedness will hang its head And joy, like a pearl, Attends the needs of all mankind- Of such I dream, my world!