STANFORD BEATI QUORUM VIA PDF

Coelos ascendit hodie Following the death of Purcell in , English music went into a long period of decline that was not reversed until the late 19th century. Of the many musicians who helped to bring about the English musical renaissance it was Charles Stanford, Hubert Parry and Charles Grove who were arguably the most influential. It was largely thanks to their untiring work as composers, teachers, performers and administrators that musical standards gradually improved and a firm foundation was established for a new tradition of English music. This musical revival reached its full flowering with Elgar and continued with Vaughan Williams and a whole new generation of talented composers. As a teacher of composition, Sir Charles Stanford was without equal.

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Coelos ascendit hodie Following the death of Purcell in , English music went into a long period of decline that was not reversed until the late 19th century. Of the many musicians who helped to bring about the English musical renaissance it was Charles Stanford, Hubert Parry and Charles Grove who were arguably the most influential. It was largely thanks to their untiring work as composers, teachers, performers and administrators that musical standards gradually improved and a firm foundation was established for a new tradition of English music.

This musical revival reached its full flowering with Elgar and continued with Vaughan Williams and a whole new generation of talented composers. As a teacher of composition, Sir Charles Stanford was without equal. He was a prolific and highly regarded composer himself, with seven symphonies and five concertos to his name, as well as string quartets, operas, oratorios and numerous other compositions.

Although there has been a revival of interest in some of the symphonies and chamber music, most of these works are now largely forgotten.

He received many honours during his career, and was knighted in The Three motets, Op. The motets are dedicated to his successor, Alan Gray, and the college choir, and are amongst the finest of his choral compositions. Justorum animae takes its text from the Book of Wisdom: The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God; there shall no torment or malice touch them.

In the sight of the unwise they seem to die, but they are in peace. The piece is in three short sections.

Beati quorum via is in six parts, with divided sopranos and basses, and is meditative in character. The text is from Psalm , verse 1: Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the Lord. Coelos ascendit hodie is an Ascensiontide motet, scored for double choir, and makes much use of dramatic interplay between the two choirs.

He sits upon the royal throne of God, in this his greatest triumph, Alleluia! John Bawden To those using these notes You are more than welcome to use all or part of these notes for your choral society or church programme, or for educational purposes. If you do, please would you be kind enough to advise me by e-mail - bawden37 sky.

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