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Phibbs, Joseph: Gaudeamus omnes (mixed voices) – SSATB a cappella

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Catalogue No: M060128141
ISMN: 9790060128141
Shop Product Code: 2619776
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ISBN: 978-0-85162-961-2

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Series: Boosey & Hawkes Contemporary Choral Series

Department: Choral - Choral Mixed Voices

Instrumentation: SATB (Choral Score)

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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Gaudeamus omnes (mixed voices)for mixed voice choir (SSATB) a cappella
Text: Latin (Roman Gradual, introit for the feast of All Saints)
Duration: 2'00''
Difficulty: 3/5
Use: All Saints, General

Composer's note
This short, celebratory setting, originally composed as an introit for the Wells Cathedral Girl Choristers, was arranged for SSATB in 2010 (the upper parts unaltered) for the Exon Singers Festival. The text (Let us all rejoice) exists in a number of versions, and here honours “all the saints, at whose solemnly the angels rejoice”. The texture, essentially imitative, is governed by a syncopated melodic phrase which gives way to softer material in the middle section. The return of the opening idea drives the piece towards a broad, jubilant conclusion.

The original upper voices (SSA) version is also available to buy here.

Text
Gaudeamus omnes in Domino diem festum celebrantes sub honore Sanctorum omnium: de quorum solemnitate gaudent Angeli, et collaudant Filium Dei. Exsultate justi in Domino: rectos decet collaudatio.

Let us all rejoice in the Lord celebrating a festival day in honour of all the Saints, at whose solemnity the Angels rejoice, and give praise to the Son of God. Rejoice in the Lord O ye just: praise becometh the upright.

Introit for the feast of All Saints
Roman Gradual

Joseph Phibbs
Joseph Phibbs was born in London and studied at The Purcell School, King’s College London, and Cornell University. His teachers have included Param Vir, Sir Harrison Birtwistle, and Steven Stucky and his works have been performed by leading ensembles and orchestras including the London Sinfonietta, BBC Symphony Orchestra (Last Night of the Proms), London Symphony Orchestra, and the Philharmonia Orchestra (under Esa-Pekka Salonen). His music appears regularly at festivals in the UK and beyond, including Cheltenham, Aldeburgh, Three Choirs, and Presteigne. He has composed much for choir, including Tenebrae (St Albans Bach Choir, 2006), Salve Regina (Exon Singers, 2010), Shadows of Sleep (Suffolk schools, Snape Maltings 2010) and Choral Songs of Homage (Aldeburgh Music Club’s 60th Anniversary, 2013). A short mass for upper voices (SSA) is due to be completed later this year. Future commissions include a Concerto for Orchestra (BBC Symphony Orchestra, 2015) and a string quartet (Navarra Quartet, 2013). Joseph Phibbs is now published exclusively by Ricordi London, a Universal Music Publishing Classical company.

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