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Catalogue No: M060126376
ISMN: 9790060126376
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ISBN: 978-0-85162-885-1
Nova! Nova! Ave fit ex Eva

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Series: Boosey & Hawkes Contemporary Choral Series

Department: Choral - Choral Upper Voices

Instrumentation: SSA (Latin)

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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Nova! Nova! Ave fit ex Evafor upper voices (SSA) a cappella
Text: English with Latin refrain (English trad, 15th century)
Duration: 5'00''
Difficulty: 2/5

This commission by the Hope Scott Trust celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Trust in 2012
The first performance was given on 21 December 2012 at the Caird Hall, Dundee, by the RSNO Junior Chorus, conducted by Christopher Bell

James MacMillan
Born in Scotland in 1959, James MacMillan studied at Edinburgh and Durham Universities and now lives in Glasgow. His early successes as a composer in the 1990s included The Confession of Isobel Gowdie, premiered at the BBC Proms, and the percussion concerto Veni, Veni, Emmanuel written for Evelyn Glennie. MacMillan has a special interest in choral composition, ranging from simple liturgical settings for use in church services, to major works for choir and orchestra including Seven Last Words from the Cross, Quickening and St John Passion. His music has been championed and recorded by leading choirs and vocal groups including Cappella Nova, Polyphony, The Hilliard Ensemble, The Sixteen, Westminster Cathedral Choir and the Netherlands Chamber Choir. With their Gaelic inflections and characteristic mixing of ancient and modern, his works have also proved popular with amateur chamber choirs around the world.


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