Prelude XXII
The Two April Mornings (2001)

(We walked along, while bright and red uprose the morning sun)

...transposed from Bb minor...

Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) [Germany]

Arr.: Copper, William P. (born in 1953) [USA]


Text by Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) [Great Britain]
Edition
Published by , 2001
Ref. : 0357  (5 p.)
Type of material: Choral score
Copyright : William P. Copper
Description
Text in: English + adapted in Scat
Epoque: 17 ; 18th century
Genre-Style-Form: Secular
Type of Choir: SATB  (4 mixed voices )
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 2
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): C
Tonality: G minor
Duration: 2.5 min.
Data about the life of the work: From the composer's apology: "There may be giggles in the chorus during the preparation of this work ... However, the arrangement is intended in all seriousness, and the work with its meaningless syllables does express a sense of the tangled inarticulate struggle it is to give meaning to anything in music, in poetry, in any art, in life.