Regina Coeli - Joyful anthem for choir acapella

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My Op 17, was written in 1979 for the choir of Bishop Grosseteste College but was not performed publicly. The lyrics are based on a prayer from St Swithun’s prayer book with additional lyrics from myself. It was intended to be both powerful and joyful, but although it is very melodic the tessitura is wide. Where the soprano goes to high B and the basses drop very low to D would sound glorious with a professional choir, but an amateur outfit could reasonably adapt by singing the additional bass and soprano notes.

Bound copies are available for sale on this URL

Please let me know if you are an amateur choir performing this piece as a recording would be very much appreciated. Professionals please contact me in the normal way!

Score ID
Year of composition
Lisa Marie Gabriel
Difficult (Grades 7+)
2 minutes
Modern classical music

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