Samba Mass

Bob Chilcott (Komponist)

for SSA or SATB, piano, and optional guitar, bass, and drum kit
Samba Mass is a joyous and colourful setting of the Latin Missa brevis. The stylistic piano part in the vocal score can be played as written or serve as a guide, and this optional guitar, bass, and drum kit part, with chord symbols, facilitates band accompaniment. Les mer
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Vår pris: 113,-

(Bok)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 21 dager
På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.

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for SSA or SATB, piano, and optional guitar, bass, and drum kit
Samba Mass is a joyous and colourful setting of the Latin Missa brevis. The stylistic piano part in the vocal score can be played as written or serve as a guide, and this optional guitar, bass, and drum kit part, with chord symbols, facilitates band accompaniment. Performers will enjoy exploring the interplay between voices and the rich, warm colours of the samba and bossa nova styles.

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Bob Chilcott has become one of the world's most widely performed composers and arrangers of choral music. His compositional output reflects his wide taste in music styles and his commitment to writing music that is both singable and communicative.
He has been involved in choral music most of his life he was a chorister and then a choral scholar in the choir of King's College, Cambridge, and was a member of the British vocal group The King's Singers for whom he made a number of popular arrangements of well-known songs from all genres.
As well as being a full-time composer he is also a highly acclaimed choral conductor. He has been privileged to conduct many choirs all over the world. He is Principal Guest Conductor of The BBC Singers and in 2019 he was appointed Principal Conductor of Birmingham University Singers. His music has been widely recorded by many choirs and groups including The King's Singers, Tenebrae, and The BBC Singers.