The Magi–SSAATTBB chorus and instrumental ensemble, or SSAATTBB chorus and piano.
ca. 7 minutes
The Latin chant text taken from Liber Usualis [Matt. 2 in the Vulgate] was paraphrased and set in the present tense by the composer. It is troped with excerpts of a poem, “The Fountain of Shadowy Beauty” by George William (“A.E.”) Russell (1867-1935). A winner in the 2007 Essentially Choral Program of the American Composers Forum and VocalEssence, Philip Brunelle, conductor.
Available scores and versions for download:
Complete performance packet includes Conductor’s Score, Piano/Vocal score, and instrumental parts (fl, ob, windchimes, hp, SSAATTBB Chorus, vla, db.)
$55.00 for unlimited prints for ensemble
Conductor’s score – Including the complete original choral/instrumental ensemble:
Perusal Conductor’s Score: $5
Piano vocal score – May be used as a piano/vocal score for performance.
$15 for unlimited number of prints per ensemble
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The Magi-Full performance packet
Conductor's score, piano/vocal score, instrumental parts. Unlimited prints per ensemble.
The Magi-Conductor’s Score
SSAATTBB and instrumental ensemble.
The Magi–Piano/Vocal Score
May be used with ensemble or for piano/vocal performance.
The Magi–SSAATTBB and ensemble PERUSAL score
The Magi–SSAATTBB Piano/Vocal PERUSAL score