Secular, Choral Leaflet. Duration 3'. Oxford University Press. SATB choir, a cappella - Level A (very easy) Composed by James Bennighof.
Secular, Choral Leaflet. Secular, Choral Leaflet. Oxford University Press
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This selection includes the full Vocal score. Whitbourn's international reputation as a composer began very early on as a programme maker at the BBC. The Wounds is intended as a devotional work and is best heard in the context of a liturgical event in – or close to – Passiontide. Each section continues from the previous one without pause to create a seamless whole.
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The cues for each song are directly from the script of the show.
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Forces or Category: SATB unaccompanied. for SATB unaccompanied This is a powerful setting of one of the greatest American blues melodies. The tension in the piece climaxes in two.
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The Wounds was expertly composed by British composer James Whitbourn, for SATB chorus, Speaker, Violin, Cello, and Organ. This selection includes the full Vocal score. The Wounds is intended as a devotional work and is best heard in the context of a liturgical event in - or close to - Passiontide. Books related to James Whitbourn: The Wounds (Vocal Score).
James Bennighof is Professor of Music Theory and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Policy at Baylor University
James Bennighof is Professor of Music Theory and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Policy at Baylor University. His articles and essays on twentieth-century music theory and composition, and on the analysis of American popular, ragtime, and blues music have appeared in journals such as American Music and the Journal of Music Theory. Music, Genres & Styles, Pop Vocal. Music, History & Criticism. Social Science, Popular Culture.