Agnus Dei (SAB, a cappella) by William Copper
Date: September 13, 2013
New medium easy setting with optional 'refrain' for a congregation. Radical tuning notions may surprise many keyboard-oriented music directors....
After a good deal of soul-searching, decided to keep the intonation markings in the score. They are, in a sense, unnecessary, since the piece is written as if it were 16th century renaissance polyphony, where every consonant note is expected to be tuned correctly to every other note. So with perfect singers, ignore the markings!
This is completely new, never used in concert or church -- for a limited time, since this is the first time I've been explicit in a choral piece about the intonation theories I use, I will grant a free license to anyone copy and use the music.
This does not mean that the perusal pdf may be used, or that it is not protected by copyright: you must contact me for a license.
wpcopper at hartenshield.com