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Stanford's three motets, Justorum animae, Coelos ascendit hodie and Beati quorum via, were written in 1905 for Alan Gray and the choir of Trinity College, Cambridge. Together they illustrate the essence of his style, with the use of counterpoint, the dramatic and melodic qualities all stemming from his feeling for the words.
This arrangement is for trombone octet divided into two choirs, each comprising one alto trombone, two tenor trombones and one bass trombone, as performed by Trombonanza.
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