SATB

SATB can also refer to ensembles of four instruments from the same family, such as saxophones (soprano, alto, tenor and baritone) or recorders. Also, the individual contrapuntal parts of many instrumental compositions, particularly fugues, such as those found in Bach's "The Art of Fugue" and "The Musical Offering", may also be called SATB.

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List Of Compositions By David Maslanka - Choral Works
... Collected Chorale Settings - for SATB The Four Seasons - for SATB Chorus ... With Barberi Paull Hear My Prayer O Lord (Psalm 102) - for SATB Chorus and Piano ... I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark - for SATB Chorus ...
List Of Compositions By Daron Hagen - Choral
1985) Vägen (SATB) (1985) The Voice Within (SATB/Pf) (1989) Little Prayers (SATB) (1995) The Waking Father (SSATBB) (1995) The Elephant's Child (SSATBB) (1996) Litany of Reconciliation (SATB/Pf) (1997 ...
Colin Brumby - Choral Works
... choir with keyboard The Fruitless Fig (text by Brumby) for SATB choir and organ Give Judgment for Me, O Lord (Psalm 26) for SATB choir and organ How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings Fair! (John Milton) for SATB ... and organ Prisquam gallus cantet (Matthew 2675) SATB a cappella Stabat mater dolorosa (Traditional sequence) for SATB choir and organ (or strings) Stabat mater speciosa (1965) Ten New ...
Ballets By Ralph Vaughan Williams - Works - Choral
... (1899) A Cambridge Mass, Missa brevis for SATB, double chorus orchestra (1899) Doctoral exercise, first performed 3 March 2011 ... narrator, mixed chorus and small orchestra (1949) Three Shakespeare Songs for SATB unaccompanied, composed for The British Federation of Music Festivals National Competitive Festival (1951) O Taste and See, a ... The original SATB version was composed for the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey in June 1953 ...