Three Sacred Choruses for Women's Voices by : Dean Crocker : Johannes Brahms
Many of Brahms' early choral works are the result of his work in the 1850s as director of a women's choir in Hamburg and the choral society of Detmold. These three sacred choruses are based on rather complex contrapuntal forms: O Bone Jesu is a metric double canon in contrary motion. Adoramus te; Christe is a continuous four-voice canon at the fourth; fifth and octave. Regina coeli is a canon in contrary motion sung by two soloists with choral interjections of “Alleluia.” Together with an Ave Maria; these comprise Brahms' only published settings of Latin texts. Duration: ca. 3:30.
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| Format ||SSAA a cappella|
| Length x Width x Height||10.5 x 6.75 x 0.037 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.13 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL35029436|
| ISBN ||1480363936|
| EAN ||9781480363939|
| 1st Publication Date||04/2014|
Title: Three Sacred Choruses For Women's Voices
Writer: Johannes Brahms