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James Whitbourn

Publisher: Chester Music

Luminosity (2007)
Luminosity is commissioned by the conductor James Jordan of Westminster Choir College for the Westminster Williamson Voices, the women of the Westminster Schola Cantorum, the Blair Academy Singers (conductor, William Hammer) and the black-light dance company Archedream, for performance in Philadelphia Cathedral during April 2008
Publisher
Chester Music Ltd
Category
Chorus and Orchestra/Ensemble
Year Composed
2007
Duration
25 Minutes
Chorus
SATB
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James Whitbourn Luminosity (2007)
Luminosity is a multi-media work commissioned by the conductor James Jordan or Westminster Choir College for the Westminster Williamson Voices, the women of the Westminster Schola Cantorum, the Blair Academy Singers (conductor, William Hammer) and the black-light dance company Archedream, for performance in Philadelphia Cathedral during April 2008.

The text, compiled and edited by the composer, centers on the transcendent beauty of creation expressed by luminaries down the ages. Texts are taken from the writings of St. John, St. Teresa of Avila, Ryonen, St Augustine, Julian of Norwich and St Isaac of Nineveh.


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  • Ensemble
    Commotio
    Soloist(s)
    Christopher Gillett, tenor; Levine Andrade, viola
    Conductor
    Matthew Berry
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  • Conductor
    David Hill
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