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James Whitbourn

Publisher: Chester Music

Alleluia Jubilate (2008)
Commissioned by the Choir Schools' Association for their conference in Liverpool, May 2008
Publisher
Chester Music Ltd
Category
Chorus a cappella / Chorus plus 1 instrument
Year Composed
2008
Duration
5 Minutes
Chorus
Upper Voices (SSS or SSA) with optional chorus of trebles
Orchestration
Alternate Orchestration
SATB; organ
Availability


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  • Ensemble
    Commotio
    Soloist(s)
    Christopher Gillett, tenor; Levine Andrade, viola
    Conductor
    Matthew Berry
    Naxos:
Performances
Date
Title
  • 18 AUG 2011
    Franciscan Church of Pest, Hungary
    Solihull Chandos Choir
    John Bayley, conductor

    Other Dates:
    19 August - St Michael's Church Budapest, Hungary
    23 August - Karmelita Church, Keszthely, Hungary
  • 09 JUL 2011
    Shirley Methodist Church, Stratford Road, Shirley, UK
    Solihull Chandos Choir
    Darren Hogg (organ); John Bayley, conductor

    Other Dates:
    12 August - Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon, UK
  • 26 MAR 2011
    Farnham Festival 50th Anniversary
    Farnham Maltings, Surrey, UK
    Farnham Youth Choir
    David Victor-Smith, conductor
  • 26 NOV 2008
    Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire
    Lichfield Cathedral School Girls' Choir
  • 20 SEP 2008
    Lincoln Cathedral
    Lincoln Cathedral Girls Choir
    Aric Prentice, conductor
  • 23 JUN 2008
    Lincoln Cathedral
    Lincoln Cathedral Girls Choir
    Charles Harrison, organ; Aric Prentice, conductor
  • 13 MAY 2008
    Alleluia Jubilate World Premiere
    Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool
    Massed Choirs, Richard Lea organ
    Timothy Noon, conductor

Reviews
…his Alleluia Jubilate, a setting in Latin of the start of Psalm 66, is full of energy, with a similarly simple harmonic framework…With its percussive rhythms…and its colourful dynamic contrasts, it is clearly fun and is well suited to the combined schools service for which it was originally composed.
Marcus Huxley, Organists' Review,5/1/2011
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