Violoncello part from :031 Opus: Magnificat for choir and mixed instruments

21 minutes
Classical music

NEW - The accompanying mp3 includes a digitized portion of the opening followed by sections G, H, I, J, and P sung by performers.

May 2015 refomatted the physical score for (hopefully) easier reading. Some very minor musical changes.

This work is meant to express my gratitude for guidance to internal peace when most needed. In that, the setting attempts to express a certain reverential spirit.

Magnificat setting for choirs, soloists, chamber string section, pipe organ, solo trumpet, solo cello, and classical guitar (performance note, with today’s technology it would not be inappropriate to consider using an amplified classical guitar, though if parts are balanced properly, it should not be necessary).

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