SSA or SSAA: Avant-garde pieces
Thank you for the quick responses. As requested by several of you,
below is a compilation.
I might suggest "Aglepta" by Arne Mellnas, which is a combination of
and pitched material. Very effective.
I've enjoyed Ernst Toch's "Geographical Fugue" with my h.s.
women's choir: just divide the parts.
The highlight of my fall season last year was Rupert Lang's
"Ubi Caritas." (Boosey and Hawkes)
I also have programmed Murray Schafer's "Epitaph for
Moonlight" with just 12-14 h.s. women.
This sounds interesting. Short piece? Would she be interested in
working with a Georgia composer? See my website at
http://www.luxnova.com/ and click on my picture, or go to "Composers"
and click on my name.
Might be able to make 'geographical fugue' by Ernst Toch work.
Oxford University Press publishes two titles by Brock McElheran
that may fit your students needs:
Here Comes the Avant Garde
Can be done by women's chorus, or men's chorus or mixed chorus.
Funeral March on the Death of Heroes
Dr. C. Wallace Hinson, Chair
Department of Fine Arts
P.O. Box 10
Demorest, GA 30535
706.778.8500 ext. 1211