Latin Motets for men's choir
Date: January 13, 2014
I'm the leader of a male ensemble that fluctuates between 13-20 singers. All are excellent singers and most are professional-level. I am looking to program some Latin motets for a May concert (would probably have the full complement of 20 singers). They would need to be TTBB (no male altos) or some permutation thereof; however, the Tenor I's and Bass II's can handle pretty much any extremes. They can be from earlier centuries written for male chorus, transcriptions of SATB motets, or contemporary settings. We will probably sing the Lauridsen "O Magnum," and Richard Burchard's "Creator Alme Siderum." Does anyone have any other favorites they can steer me toward? Thanks!
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