Universal Edition - Arvo Pärt – Mother of God and Virgin [Rejoice, O Virgin Mary, ...]

Arvo Pärt

Arvo Pärt
Mother of God and Virgin [Rejoice, O Virgin Mary, ...]

Year of composition: 1990
Subtitle: Mother of God and Virgin
Scored for: for mixed choir (SATB) a cappella
Composer: Arvo Pärt
Original Language: Kirchenslawisch
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Table of Contents:
Bogoróditse Djévo für gemischten Chor (SATB) a cappella
Commissioned by: Commissioned by the King's College Choir, Cambridge, on occasion of a festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, Christmas Eve 1990
Duration: 1′
Dedication: to Stephen Cleobury and the King's College Choir, Cambridge
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Bogoróditse Djévo

World Première

Location: Cambridge / Great Britain
Date: 24.12.1990
Choir: King's College Choir
Conductor: Stephen Cleobury

Choral score – Bogoróditse Djévo - Mother of God and Virgin

Pärt's emotionally-charged Bogoróditse Djévo, is a vibrant tribute to the Virgin Mary.

  • for mixed choir (SATB) a cappella
  • Edition type: choral score
  • Language: Church Slavonic
  • UE30414
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1271-5
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-05590-4
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