Concert Choir - "GLORIA"

William Cutter, Conductor

November 10, 2018 - 8:00pm
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“GLORIA” - a program featuring three wonderfully varied settings of the “Gloria” text from the Roman Mass.  The “Gloria” is an early prose hymn whose origins have been traced back to a “morning prayer” in the Apostolic Constitution (c.380) and to a Greek version of the the 2nd century.  The “Gloria” is a hymn of praise sung immediately after the “Kyrie” in the Ordinary of the Mass and is sung on all festal occasions.


Concert Repertoire

“Gloria” from Mass in g minor - Ralph Vaughan Williams (Double chorus a cappella)

“Gloria” - Antonio Vivaldi  (SATB with SA solos* and orchestra)

“Cantata 191, Gloria in excelsis Deo” - Johann Sebastian Bach  (SATB with ST* solos and orchestra)

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