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Behutet Psalm 121 A Cappella Choir Hebrew/germn(organ/synth Ad Lib)

for choir (and organ or synthesizer ad lib.)

By Dieter Schnebel

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Choir a cappella (Nebeninstrumente fur die Ausfuhrenden: Sandblocks, Kieselsteine, trockene Zweige, Ocean Drum, Rainmaker, Waldteufel, Mundsirene, Messglocke)
For choir (and organ or synthesizer ad lib.). Composed by Dieter Schnebel. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Choral. Softcover. Composed 2010/2011. 36 pages. Duration 12'. Schott Music #SKR20069. Published by Schott Music (HL.49019083).

Item Number: HL.49019083

ISBN 9790001179812. 8.25x11.75x0.102 inches. Hebrew - German.

Psalm 112 known from Mendelssohn's musical setting is interpreted by Dieter Schnebel as a song of pilgrimage: Pilgrims setting out on a dangerous path hope for a happy return. Following the text that is declaimed simultaneously in the original Hebrew and the German translation, the music gradually moves from the deep sounds of fear to the clear heights of confidence. The organ part serves as a support for intonation, the few percussion instruments can be played by the singers.

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