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by cdu
22 Feb 2012 01:49
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: Allegri Miserere ornamentation
Replies: 7
Views: 18850

Re: Allegri Miserere ornamentation

Call Lois Fyfe Music in Nashville. They'll be able to let you know all the editions throughout the world. Years ago, when I wanted to perform the 'familiar' version in Latin (in the days when King's, under Willcocks, did it in English), George Guest had just edited a Latin edition, with Curwen I bel...
by cdu
23 Apr 2010 02:51
Forum: Music Requests and Questions
Topic: massive works - recommendations
Replies: 13
Views: 15486

Re: massive works - recommendations

Here are some pieces, which you probably know, that work well with huge choruses. They have the added advantage, here in the States at least, of being performed rarely by the larger choral societies. Elgar: The Light of Life Mendelssohn: As pants the hart Verdi: Four Sacred Pieces Schumann: Requiem ...
by cdu
30 Jul 2009 23:17
Forum: Music Requests and Questions
Topic: Anthems for Anglican confirmation
Replies: 5
Views: 8487

Re: Anthems for Anglican confirmation

And don't forget George C. Martin's "Ho, everyone that thirsteth" (and continues, "come ye to the waters, incline thine ear and come unto me. Hear, and your soul shall live"). The final sections includes a part of the beatific vision for Christians: "For ye shall go out with...
by cdu
30 Jul 2009 22:27
Forum: Music Requests and Questions
Topic: Anthems for Anglican confirmation
Replies: 5
Views: 8487

Re: Anthems for Anglican confirmation

Given the date of the post, perhaps your confirmation service is already past. In accordance with your criteria: organ, Anglican Cathedral tradition, spikey. William Harris: Strengthen ye the weak hands. A wonderful piece that I don't see on service music lists very often. I once heard a marvelous r...
by cdu
28 Jul 2009 23:02
Forum: Musical questions
Topic: Singing and Intonation
Replies: 20
Views: 45777

Re: Singing and Intonation

What a topic! For unaccompanied singing in traditional harmony I think most answers are found by following the implications of the harmonic series and the implications of each diatonic tone and chord. If we divide the major scale into two tetrachords, we see that the re, me, and fa have an implied r...
by cdu
28 Jul 2009 21:44
Forum: CPDL Support, Questions, and Feedback
Topic: Errors in the William Smith Responses
Replies: 1
Views: 3042

Errors in the William Smith Responses

I figure that you would like to know about errors in scores, but I don't know exactly where to send the list. So I decided to post it here, with the hope that one of the administrators will pass it on. These are the errors I found in the edition by John Henry Fowler. I must say that I like this edit...