Ave Maria

Ave Maria : Vocal score

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Suitable for unaccompanied SATB double choir, this title was joint winner of the Concours Europeen pour Choeurs et Maitres de Cathedrales 1999. Its double choir forces belie its sensitive scoring and taut motivic construction, which is well within the grasp of many choirs.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 12 pages
  • 177 x 254 x 1mm | 27g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 019343900X
  • 9780193439009

Review quote

At just 25, Tarik O'Regan already has an established reputation as a rising star. The half-a-dozen works published in New Horizons give some indication of what the fuss is all about . . . A straightforward, four-voice setting of Locus Iste does not offer much personality, but O'Regan's eight-voice Ave Maria is more satisfying, combining simplicity with a gentle sense of the music's logical unfolding. * Matthew Greenall, The Singer, Feb 2004 * Four compositions by the 26-year-old Tarik O'Regan reveal a fertile musical imagination and meticulous attention to detail. Ave Maria, with its delicate, imploring lyricism and influence of plainchant, would present a good youth or chamber choir with an interesting challenge. * Music Teacher, July 2004 * Gratias tibi is an overwhelming torrent of sound, infectiously energetic at the beginning and end, and again using intricate canon as a means of reflection in the quieter central section. * Rosemary Broadbent Church Music Quarterly September 05 *show more

About Tarik O'regan

Born in London in 1978, Tarik O'Regan is one of the most exciting new choral composers to emerge in recent years. Educated at Oxford and Cambridge, his choral works have been performed by, among others, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Los Angeles Master Chorale. O'Regan divides his time between New York City and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he is Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts.show more