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Agnus Dei

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Christos HatzisAgnus Dei (Choral & Chamber Ensemble)
SATB Choir, Chamber Ensemble & Audience

A facsimile copy of the composer's manuscript of this work is available for purchase as a study score for reference and study. This material is a copy of the original composer's manuscript and is not edited or formatted for publication. This service is only available to individuals and may not be resold. (Retailers, trade customers, institutions and libraries with requests for this work, please advise your customers and patrons to contact us directly for availability: info@promethean-editions.com). The provision of this service, and/or circulation of copies of the manuscript, does not constitute the copy as a publication or published edition under the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994.

This Facsimile Edition is a spiral-bound full score book.

About the work:

Agnus Dei, for tenor saxophone, percussion, SATB Choir, string orchestra, organ, multiple gongs and audience, was written for Wayne Strongman and the Rosedale United Church.

Originally (in a different orchestration), Agnus Dei was the fourth movement of the work Four Rituals for Percussion Quintet, Choir and Audience, which was commissioned by the percussion group NEXUS with funds from the Laidlaw Foundation. The first performance of this version was given by the Rosedale Soloists and Choir, soloists, and students from the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, under the direction of David Passmore at Rosedale United Church, Toronto on 15 October 2005. 

Visit the publisher's website for more information about the work and Facsimile Edition.

 

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Composer:
Christos Hatzis
Format:
Softback Score
Pages:
38

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