Re: [KWChoir] Pennsic Choir for 2009
- >I suppose that means Also sprach Zarathustra is out...Afraid so. I know, I'm such a killjoy... :-)
AriannaP.S. Close the pod bay doors, Dave. Daisy, Daisy.... (hee-hee)
- Arianna -
Astronomy is a great theme!
Some additional possibilities:
Orazio Vecchi: O sole, o stelle, o luna (6 parts: SSA T(or A) T(or A) B )
Orazio Vecchi: Mentre mia stella (6 parts: SSA T(or A) T(or A) B )
Stella Splendens from Llibre Vermell
Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (How Brightly Beams the Morning Star) composed by Philipp Nicolai, with a big fancy arrangement by Michael Praetorius,
Caligo terrae scinditur/Virgo Maria, filia/Tenor an Anon. 14th cen. English Petronian motet (Oxford Anthology of Music: Medieval Music)
Guillame Dufay: Cunditor alme siderum
F. Pilkington: Thanks Gentle Moon
(and from the Oxford Book of Italian Madrigals:)
Monteverdi: Ecco mormorar l'onde (1590) SSATB (about the dawn...)
Marenzio: Che fa oggi il mio sole (1580) SSATB (What doth today my sun..)
That's what I've got at the moment. Sounds like fun; I hope I can be there!
- Gwendolyn of Middlemarch aka Jennifer
--- On Mon, 12/8/08, Karen Kasper <arianna_wyn@...> wrote:
Greetings Known World Singers!
After a bit of brainstorming, we have a theme for next Pennsic: Astronomy!
Great suggestions! Thank so much. And I'd love to have as much of your family singing with us as are willing. :-)
--- On Tue, 12/9/08, Jennifer Kobayashi <jhkob@...> wrote:Astronomy is a great theme!
Some additional possibilities:._,___
- Two more possibilities:
Orienti Oriens: School of St Martial of Limoges, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Ms Lat. 3719, Central Corpus
Sol occasum nesciens (49 in Musica Britannica Medieval Carols)