Isabella A Cappella Analysis

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Title: Angelus autem Domini
Publisher: Friedrich Pustet (1854)
Composer/Arranger: Felice Anerio
Voicing: SATB Language: Latin
Difficulty Level: Medium Length of Piece: 1:40
Accompanied or A Cappella: A Cappella Sacred or Secular: Sacred
Comments: This is an A cappella piece that requires experienced singers. There are no extreme ranges. Ranges and tessitura are generally standard.. Highly recommended work for Easter as it’s a religious work.

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Title: Factum est silentium
Published: 1618
Composer/Arranger: Richard Dering
Voicing: SSBB Language: Latin
Difficulty Level: Medium Length of Piece: 2:48
Accompanied or A Cappella: A Cappella Sacred or Secular: Sacred
Comments: This is a classic example of chamber music. This work
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It has multiple melodic lines that require a full concentration as well as pitch accuracy. The rages in this work are very wide. It is a beautiful work.

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Title: Be Still My Soul
Publisher: Hope Publishing Company
Composer/Arranger: Alan Troy Davis
Voicing: S.A.T.B Language: English
Difficulty Level: Medium Length of Piece: 3:44
Accompanied or A Cappella: A Cappella Sacred or Secular: Sacred
Comments: This work begins with the male voices with the female voices joining seventeen bars after. The work has divisi in the SATB voices. The tonality of the piece remains the same with few accidentals.

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Title: Welcome to the Choir
Publisher: Happy Bubble Music
Composer/Arranger: Chris Lawry
Voicing: SATB Language: English
Difficulty Level: Medium Length of Piece: 2:26
Accompanied or A Cappella: A Cappella Sacred or Secular: Secular
Comments: This is fun piece for choirs to do. Although it may prove to be complex at certain points within the work generally everyone sings the same thing. The challenge is to maintain each part while another is being added. The range is standard along with the tessitura.

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