Untraveled Worlds (2000)

(I cannot rest from travel)

...for Bruce Fifer and Collegium Musicum - The Taft School...

Halley, Paul (born in 1952) [Canada]

Text by Tennyson, Lord Alfred (1809-1892) [Great Britain]
Adaptor of the text: Halley, Paul (born in 1952) [Canada]
Published by Pelagos Incorporated [USA], 2000
Ref. : PEL2025  (18 p.)
Type of material: Keyboard-vocal score
Copyright : Paul Halley, 2000 Back Alley Music (ASCAP)
Text in: English
Epoque: 20th century (1990-2000)
Genre-Style-Form: Secular
Mood of the piece: jazzy ; con brio ; fast
Type of Choir: SATB (+div.)  (4 mixed voices )
Instrumentation: Small jazz ensemble (5 instrumental part(s))
Instruments: Keyboard (1) ; Violin (1) ; Bass guitar (1) ; Trap set (1) ; Percussion
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 4
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): D
Duration: 6.0 min.
Number of verses: 4
Origin: USA
Source of text: "Ulysses" by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Data about the life of the work: A dramatic, heroic setting of an inspiring text, with music that is innovative and accessible. And a fabulous violin solo - part celtic, part global, entirely exciting. Commissioned by Bruce Fifer and Collegium Musicum of Taft School for Commencement, May 25, 2000.
Comment(s): Festival choirs LOVE this! It is a 'standing O' show-stopper. The violin part is outrageous!
Namur, Belgium
CAV&MA (Centre d'Art Vocal & de Musique Ancienne)
Tel.: +32 81 71 16 21. . Email : bibliotheque@cavema.be
Consultable under : CAV&MA/L/HAL20314
Listen HiFi sung by Chorus Angelicus conducted by Paul Halley Discographic references: Chorus Angelicus - Untraveled Worlds - Pelagos PEL1004

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