Liturgy of Saint Paul

Liturgy of Saint Paul : Vocal score

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This follows the order of the liturgy at St. Paul's, West Street, Brighton. Congregational participation (in hymns, prayers, the Creed and Angelus) has been omitted. Spoken elements (readings from Old and New Testaments, the Gospel) have been incorporated into the sung framework of the third and fourth sections. The final section is a motet sung after more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 60 pages
  • 210 x 297mm | 207g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193363798
  • 9780193363793

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Finnissy asks of his performers , in this case the occasional. . . extreme efforts, and this results in maximum intensity. But the magic is that the listener doesn't percieve complexity but a wholly natural concatenation of musical colours. Together with a mixture of influences from various musical sources, this made for an exceptional experience. * Maurice Wiche, De Limburger, September 2008 * a contemporary ode to ancient chant: intricate, searching and penetrating. * Kasper Jansen, NRC Handelsblad, September 2008 *show more

About Michael Finnissy

Michael Finnissy was born in Tulse Hill, London in 1946 and studied at the Royal College of Music. He later studied in Italy with Roman Vlad. He went on to create the music department of the London School of Contemporary Dance, and has been associated as composer with many notable British dance companies. He has also been musician in residence to the Victorian College of the Arts, the City of Caulfield in Australia, and the East London Late Starters Orchestra. In 1999 he was made Professor of Composition at the University of Southampton. Finnissy has been featured composer at the Bath, Huddersfield and Almeida festivals, amongst others, and his works are widely performed and broadcast worldwide. Recordings are available on various labels, notably NMC and Metier; the latter has released a cycle of CDs to great critical more