Mixed Chorus

Some articles on mixed chorus, mixed, chorus:

Gary Kulesha - Selected Works
... Four Fantastic Landscapes (1996) Choral 2 Songs for Mixed Chorus on Texts by Emily Dickinson Within my garden rides a bird (1973, revised 1979) Most she touched me by her muteness (1979) The Drift of Stars for ... Yeats Give Us Peace for Mixed Chorus (2002) text by the composer Night Watch for Mixed Chorus and Clarinet (2003) text by Sir Charles G ...
List Of Compositions By Lukas Foss - Choral
... The Prairie, cantata for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, mixed chorus and orchestra (1943) text by Carl Sandburg Tell This Blood for mixed chorus (1945) text by Aaron Kramer Adon Olom (The Lord of All), psalm for mixed ... Lang Lamdeni (Teach Me) for mixed chorus and plucked and beaten sounds (1973) text from Hebrew sources American Cantata for soprano, tenor, female speaker, male speaker, double chorus, orchestra ...
Ballets By Leonard Bernstein - Works - Choral
... Hashkiveinu for Cantor (tenor), Mixed Chorus and Organ, 1945 Missa Brevis for Mixed Chorus and Countertenor Solo, with Percussion, 1988 Chichester Psalms for Boy Soprano (or ...
Slamet Abdul Sjukur - Complete List of Works
... Sontani), mixed chorus, 1958 Latigrak (ballet music, choreography by Frédéric Franchini), gamelan orchestra, tape, 1963 Parentheses VI, low-voiced ...
Stefan Wolpe - Music - Vocal Works
... von Kleist, high voice Four Pieces for Mixed Chorus Fuenf Lieder nach Friedrich Holderlin, medium or low voice Fuenf Vertonungen aus "Gitanjali" von Rabindranath Tagore, medium voice Lieder mit. 25, mixed chorus Yigdal Cantata, low voice/mixed chorus and ensemble Zwei Lieder aus Gedichte von Berthold Viertel, medium voice ...

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