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by Steven Sametz

ePub When he shall die: Vocal score download
Author:
Steven Sametz
ISBN13:
978-0193861831
ISBN:
0193861836
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Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA; 1 edition (January 13, 2000)
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Steven Sametz has earned increasing renown in recent years as both composer and conductor

Steven Sametz has earned increasing renown in recent years as both composer and conductor. He is the Ronald J. Ulrich Professor of Music and director of Lehigh University Choral Arts, one of the USA's premier choral programs. He also serves as Artistic Director for the elite a cappella ensemble, The Princeton Singers. Dr. Sametz holds degrees from Yale University, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the Hochschule fur Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany.

When he shall die. Vocal score. Forces or Category: SATB unaccompanied. Sametz holds degrees from Yale University, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. for SATB unaccompanied A setting of words from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. When he shall die. Composer Information.

Steven Sametz (born 1954, Westport, Connecticut) is active as both conductor and composer. He has been hailed as "one of the most respected choral composers in America. Since 1979, he has been on the faculty of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he holds the Ronald J. Ulrich Chair in Music and is Director of Choral Activities and is founding director of the Lehigh University Choral Union

When he shall die. Three Mystical Choruses: No. 2 En Kelohe. Alleluia - Amen (Choral score). Steven Sametz Sheet Music by Instruments. Piano and Keyboard (16). Strings (6). Percussion (2). Steven Sametz Sheet Music by Ensemble. See all. Top Sellers. Instrumental Choir (4). SAMETZ, S - Oxford University Press.

Composer, Conductor and Professor. Sametz's earliest piano works date from the age of six. During junior high and high school years in his native Westport, Connecticut, he began to write for choirs and chamber ensembles and undertook large-scale scoring of works for band and orchestra with encouragement of his teachers. Summer studies at the Amherst Music Center (Amherst, Maine) focused on piano, viola, voice, baritone horn and composition.

Steven Sametz' lovely "When He Shall Die," Jaakko Mantyjarvi's "Four Shakespeare Songs," Nils Lindberg's minor-key "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day," Dominick Argento's "Sonnet No. LXIV," Alan Murray's ". . LXIV," Alan Murray's "O mistress mine," and the CD finishes strong with Ralph Vaughan Williams' "Three Shakespeare Songs. All American Standards Barbershop Choral Classical Contemporary Country Doo-Wop Gospel Musical Theater Opera Specialty Vintage Vocal Jazz Vocal Jazz World World Choral. All Harmony Voices Solo Voice.

Miscellaneous (Classical). Noël!, canon for vocal ensemble. When he shall die, for chorus. In time of, for chorus. See All Compositions. By Steven Sametz - Charles Bruffy & Phoenix Chorale. By Jaako Mantyjarvi - Charles Bruffy & Phoenix Chorale. 14. No. 1, Come Away, Death.

for SATB unaccompanied A setting of words from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet