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Tarik O'Regan

Publisher: Novello & Co

Nunc Dimittis (2008)
Commissioned by the Southern Cathedrals Festival
Publisher
Novello & Co Ltd
Category
Chorus a cappella / Chorus plus 1 instrument
Year Composed
2008
Duration
4 Minutes
Chorus
SSAATTBB
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Programme Note
Tarik O'Regan Nunc Dimittis (2008)
This Latin setting of the Nunc Dimittis for eight-part chorus was commissioned by the Southern Cathedrals Festival as a counterpart to Charles Villiers Stanford’s 1918 Magnificat (also in Latin and for eight-part chorus). It was premiered under the direction of Andrew Lumsden at the Festival Evensong on 19 July, 2008 in Winchester Cathedral by the combined Choirs of Winchester, Chichester and Salisbury Cathedrals.

Tarik O’Regan
New York, June 2008

  • Conductor
    David Hill
Performances
Date
Title
  • 21 JUN 2011
    Spitalfields Festival 2011
    Shoreditch Church, Shoreditch High Street, London
    Joyful Company of Singers
    Peter Broadbent, conductor
  • 11 JUN 2011
    Il Fabbrico del Canto
    Basilica Di Sant'Ambrogio, Legano, Italy
    Joyful Company of Singers
    Peter Broadbent, conductor

    Other Dates:
    14 June - Chiesa SS. Redentore, Busto Arsizio, Italy
    15 June - Parrocchia di San Silvestro, Brescia, Italy
    16 June - Santuario Beata Vergine del Carmine, Rovello Porro, Italy
    17 June - Chiesa Del Ss. Redentore, Legano, Italy
    18 June - Chiesa Parrocchiale, San Vittore, Olona, Italy
  • 17 APR 2011
    Sebring-Lewis Hall, Grinnell College, Iowa, USA
    Grinnell Singers
    Simon Carrington, conductor
  • 19 JUL 2008
    Nunc Dimittis World Premiere
    Southern Cathedrals Festival
    Winchester Cathedral
    Choirs of Winchester, Chichester and Salisbury Cathedrals
    Andrew Lumsden, conductor

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