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||Stephen Gaselee (1882-1943)|
||London: Schott & Co. Ltd., No.136, 1948. Plate 37488.
||600 dpi. Page size is 10.6" x 13".
- Stuttgart Southwest Radio Vocal Ensemble with the Brass Section (members) of the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Marcus Creed (conductor)
- 1. Apparebit repentina dies magna Domini (6:01)
- 2. Hujus omnes ad electi colligentur dexteram (5:03)
- 3. Retro ruent tunc injusti ignes in perpetuos (6:04)
- 4. Ydri fraudes ergo cave, infirmantes subleva (2:54)
||Apparebit repentina dies
||Medieval poems for mixed chorus and brass instruments
- Apparebit repentina dies magna Domini
- Hujus omnes ad electi colligentur dexteram
- Retro ruent tunc injusti ignes in perpetuos
- Ydri fraudes ergo cave, infirmantes subleva
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1947-02-23, New Haven
||1947 May in Cambridge, Massachusetts
- Robert Shaw (conductor)
||Written for the Symposium on Music criticism,
- Harvard University, Massachusetts, May 1947.
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Vocal: mixed chorus (SATB)|
Brass Ensemble: 4 horns (F), 2 trumpets (B♭), 3 trombones, tuba
- The Latin Poems are from the Oxford Book of Medieval Latin Verse written sometime before 700 AD. (PDF) -Sallen112