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I share creation : Vocal score

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for SATB and optional percussion An uplifting and joyful concert setting of four texts exploring man's relationship with the earth. Brimming with energy, the work has a wonderful freshness and vitality. Chilcott selects a range of evocative texts from ancient Chinese, Aztec, Eskimo, and Native American cultures. Chilcott's skill for capturing the essence and meaning of words in music shines throughout the work. The percussion parts are included in the vocal score.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 24 pages
  • 216 x 278 x 3mm | 90g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193355701
  • 9780193355705

Table of contents

When the sun rises ; The Earth ; The Innermost House ; Come to the great worldshow more

About Bob Chilcott

Bob Chilcott has been involved with choral music all his life, first as a Chorister and then a Choral Scholar at King's College, Cambridge. Later, he sang and composed music for 12 years with the King's Singers. His experiences with that group, his passionate commitment to young and amateur choirs, and his profound belief that music can unite people, have inspired him both to compose full-time and, through proactive workshopping, to promote choral music worldwide.show more

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The suite of four SATB songs, I Share Creation, deals with very interesting texts - Aztec, Eskimo, Chinese, Amerindian - all to do with caring for the poor old earth. Chilcott is a man on several missions, and not all of them musical. Easy to listen to, they are equally demanding and rewarding to sing. * Peter Dale, Choir & Organ, May 07 * The part-writing is largely melodic and intuitive, and should be picked up relatively easily by less strong readers. Another factor to recommend these settings is their thoroughly inclusive and topical subject matter, which should result in a broad appeal to many ensembles. * Tom Wiggall, Music Teacher July 07 *show more