Lux vivens, for treble ensemble (SSAA). based on a chant by Hildegard von Bingen (2014)
Program Note: Lux vivens was composed in 2014 as incidental music to an animation project conceived by musicologist Margot Fassler and realized by digital artist Christian Jara about the Cosmic Egg by Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1197). Originally created with an aleatoric design, and intended as a representation of angelic cacophony in the heavens, Lux vivens was later engraved for concert performance. Its central material derives from the initial strains of Hildegard’s original chant .
Text: O gloriosissimi lux vivens angeli. Translation: O glorious angels and living light!
Duration: Approximately 7 mins.
Price: $15.00 for unlimited prints from a downloadable file, per ensemble. A perusal score is also available for $2.00
Performed by Notre Dame Vocale, Carmen-Helena Téllez, conductor.
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Lux vivens, by Carmen-Helena Tellez
A motet for treble chorus (SSAA). Please pay $15 for unlimited printes from a downloadable score per ensemble
Lux vivens (perusal score)
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