Gloria

Gloria : Vocal score

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for SATB and organ or brass, timpani, and organ This jubilant single-movement setting of the Latin Gloria by celebrated organist Simon Johnson has something for everyone. Scored for SATB choir with brass ensemble, organ, and timpani (or organ alone), the work is highly original and packed with content, including recurring rhythmic and melodic motifs, harmonic twists, a peaceful central section, and a four-part fugue. Johnson's choral writing is clean and concise, and more experienced singers will find the vocal lines approachable and enjoyable. The instrumental ensemble/organ part is integral to the work, featuring short interludes, driving rhythms, and melodic and textural interest, as well as providing support to the voices where necessary. This exciting work holds its own among more established Gloria settings and will stand the test of time.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 24 pages
  • 189 x 217 x 2mm | 72g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193407256
  • 9780193407251

About Simon Johnson

Simon Johnson is the Organist and Assistant Director of Music at St Paul's Cathedral. He has been involved in all the national occasions that have taken place there since being appointed, and can also be heard as both soloist and accompanist on several recordings for the Hyperion label. He performed the extended organ part in the Oscar-, BAFTA-, and Grammy award-winning musical soundtrack for Hollywood blockbuster movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel. Outside of St Paul's, Simon enjoys a diverse and busy freelance schedule that encompasses giving recitals around the world, performing with some of the UK's leading ensembles (including the LSO, RPO, and The Sixteen), conducting, arranging, and composing. He has written music for some of the great events at St Paul's - including for the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen - as well as undertaking commissions of all types from ensembles both at home and abroad.show more