MADE IN USA: choral music from North America. This is the theme chosen for the twelfth edition of the European Academy for Choral Conductors. A musical excursus through the compositions of some of the major authors of choral music from the United States of America, from the end of the 19th century through the 20th century to the present day, highlighting different and articulated techniques and stylistic approaches. Brady Allred will be the guide on this virtual journey across the Atlantic: a musically stimulating but also historically rich programme that will introduce conductors to the most representative choral literature of the United States.
|Josiash Kelley Alwood (1828-1909) arr. Shawn Kirchner (1970)||Unclouded day (PDF)|
|Charles Ives (1874-1954)+||Psalm 67 (PDF)|
|Aaron Copland (1900-1990)||Lark (PDF)|
|Samuel Barber (1910-1981)||Twelfth night - op. 42 n. 1 (PDF)|
To be sung on the water - op. 42 n. 2 (PDF)
|Irving Fine (1914-1962)||O know to end as to begin from The Hour-Glass (PDF)|
|Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)||French Choruses from The Lark: (PDF)|
|Raymond Murray Schafer (1933-2021) ||Epitaph for moonlight (PDF)|
|Morten Lauridsen (1943)||O nata lux (PDF)|
Ov'è lass', il bel viso? (PDF)
|traditional, arr. by Stephen Paulus (1949-2014)||The road home (PDF)|
|Frank Ticheli (1958)||Earth song (PDF)|
|Jake Runestad (1986)||Alleluia (PDF)|
Let my love be heard (PDF)
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