Jubilate : Vocal score

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for soprano or tenor solo, SATB choir, 2 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, piano solo, and timpani Jubilate is a medium-scale concert work that uses as its text a combination of the ancient words of Psalm 100 and the inspirational poem Prayer by Gerard Manley Hopkins. This is an approachable and deeply moving work containing both exciting and extrovert passages of public rejoicing as well as sections of more intimate, personal praise. The score and instrumental parts are available on hire.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 32 pages
  • 206 x 270 x 4mm | 81.65g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193558270
  • 9780193558274

Table of contents

O be joyful ; Song ; Be ye sure ; O go your way ; Be thankful ; For the Lord is graciousshow 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

Review quote

This has an intriguing beginning - cool, reflective and restrained, saving the full impact of choir, brass ensemble and timpani for a later stage. There is a kaleidoscope of variety in the short sections. . . . the vocal demands are accessible by a very broad range of amateur choirs. At 16 minutes, Jubilate would sit equally well in a festival service or in a choral concert. * ABCD32, Summer 99 * Bob Chilcott is fast gaining a superb reputation for the quality and diversity of his choral work and anything with his name attached to it causes me considerable interest . . . This grandiose setting, mostly in six or seven parts, brings to a wonderful conclusion a work full of charm, drama, excitement and sensitivity. For a more advanced choir, capable of achieving the subtle contrasts in mood and style, this work is surely worthy of serious consideration. * Music Teacher, November 99 *show more