Jubilate

Concert Band

Jubilate

Vesperlied

Genre:
Chorale, Song
Grade Level:
Unter-/Mittelstufe
Performance time:
00:02:20
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
March / Card Size
Info:
Full Score + Condensed Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR2655
Release Date:
2012

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Joyful bell sounds open the festive Vespers song “Jubilate”. The music immediately touches our hearts, when the tubas first present the main motive. It then is played unisono, as being sung by a cantor, who is answered by a polyphonic choral. We hear this alternation twice before there is an interlude with joyful bells again. The Vespers song “Jubilate” then comes to a solemn conclusion, led by the bass group.

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