JONATHAN DAVID LITTLE - Wasted and Worn, Op.6 for SSAATTBB Choir [FULL SCORE]

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Part Song for a cappella SSAATTBB choir with soloists (text from “A Parting”, by John Leicester Warren)

Op.6

 

TEXT

Wasted and worn that passion must expire,

Which swept at sunrise like a sudden fire

Across the whitened crest of happy waves.

Now lonely in a labyrinth of graves,

His footsteps foiled, his spirit bound and numb,

Grey Love sits dumb.

 

REVIEWS

‘beautiful vocal writing’Infodad (6th July, 2017) (USA)

‘fantastically beautiful’ Daniel Coombs, “Jonathan David LITTLE: Sacred and Secular Choral & Polychoral Works”, in Audiophile Audition, August 1st, 2017 (USA)

 

ALBUM AWARDS:

- WINNER (UK): "ENCORE CHORAL" AWARD: BBC Radio 3 / Royal Philharmonic Society

- NOMINATION (USA): "BEST CLASSICAL MUSIC RECORDING":  RoundGlass Global Music Awards 2018 (26th January 2018, Edison Ballroom, New York)

- NOMINATION (AUSTRALIA): "CHASS AUSTRALIA PRIZE for DISTINCTIVE WORK" 2018: Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (29th October 2018, Storey Hall, Melbourne)

- NOMINATION (AUSTRALIA): "EXCELLENCE IN EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC": Australian Art Music Awards 2019 (August 2019, Sydney)

 

Details

["And calm of mind all passion spent."]
Year:
2016
Category:
Unaccomp. Choral
Publisher:
Australian Music Centre
View Score
Recordings:
Minutes:
12
Seconds:
20

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Wasted and Worn, Op.6