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Gloria (Choral Score)

By Randol Alan Bass

SATB choir, piano or organ or brass quartet/percussion or brass ensemble/percussion or full orchestra
Composed by Randol Alan Bass. Multi-Movement/Large Choral Work. Concert Gloria, Christmas, 21st Century. Choral score. Published by Randol Bass Music (EC.RBM-101).

Item Number: EC.RBM-101

This composition was written for the New York Pops Orchestra in 1990 and has subsequently been extensively programmed by professional and non-professional musical ensembles in varied performance venues. It is a rhythmic yet lyrical setting of the liturgical Latin text which has been used with much success on both Holiday and general-purpose programs.

This work was originally scored for SATB chorus and large orchestra: WWs in 3s, no organ required. No soloists.
Brass Ensemble: 2 hn, 2 tpt, 2 tbn, tuba, 2 perc, organ (Perc: triangle, timp, susp cymb, snare drum, chimes or bells, wind chimes, tambourine) *Organ part for both Brass versions are the same.
Full orchestra: 3(1.2.pic) 3(1.2.Eh) 3(1.2.Bcl) 3(1.2.Cbsn) - 4331 - T+3, Harp, Strings
Reduced orchestra: 2(1/pic.2) 1 2 1 - 2220 - T+1, Harp, Strings

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  • 5

    Keith McMullen
    Jacksonville, FL
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  • 2008-06-02 00:00:00.0 Review of Bass "Gloria"

    Simply beautiful piece. I performed it with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and wanted my own copy. The "Et in terra.." interlude is truly moving and could be used as a free standing segment in a service.

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