Cradle Song

Cradle Song : Vocal score

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Description

A short carol for SATB unaccompanied, or with organ or piano.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 4 pages
  • 175 x 265 x 2mm | 18.14g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193432196
  • 9780193432192

Review quote

Among OUP's gifts so rare is a clutch of carols by Michael Berkeley. The style he adopts here is an apparently simple chordal one, though Berkeley rarely makes it through a verse without some curious and beguiling harmonic twist. Cradle Song is beautfilly perverse in this repect . . Church Times 8 Oct 99 'Rhythmically they are very straightforward; harmonically they offer some interesting new sounds and melodically they are graceful. Berkshire Organist 1999 'Cradle Song lilts in an amiable, attractive way with some unexpected modulations ... Both these carols could be sung by quite a small, unaccompanied mixed-voice choir. * The Singer Oct 98 * 'Four carols by Michael Berkeley also deserve attention and none is at all difficult ... each of these would be an asset to any carol service. * CMQ Oct 98 * 'Cradle Song lilts in an amiable, attractive way with some unexpected modulations. * The Singer Oct 98 *show more

About Michael Berkeley

Michael Berkeley was born in 1948. He studied composition, singing, and piano at the Royal Academy of Music but it was not until his late twenties, when he went to study with Richard Rodney Bennett, that Berkeley began to concentrate exclusively on composing. In 1977 he was awarded the Guinness Prize for Composition; two years later he was appointed Associate Composer to the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Since then Michael's music has been played all over the globe and by some of the world's finest musicians. Most of Michael's significant orchestral work, much of his chamber music and his operas are available on CD as part of the Chandos Berkeley Edition. For ten years from 1995 Michael was artistic director of the Cheltenham International Festival of Music. He currently presents Radio 3's Private Passions, which won the Broadcasting Press Guild's Radio Programme of the Year Award in 1996, and is Chairman of the Governors of The Royal Ballet.show more