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Hildegard Publishing is at the vanguard in publishing music written by African-American women. So this month we're proud to highlight our resource guide to African-American Women Composers!
A setting of the first four verses of the psalm this moving work communicates the silent praise of the heavenly spheres as they traverse their paths, expressing the awesome majesty of the Holy One. The composer was inspired by a quiet and beautiful night under a sky full of stars in coastal South Carolina.
Written at the height of her compositional career, this concerto is written in four movements (rather than three). The last two movements are however connected. Some of the themes used in the concerto are taken from her earlier songs. This edition is the two piano arrangement made by Beach in 1900.
Written ca. 1151, the Ordo Virtutum is a powerful and moving music drama. The Ordo combines music, drama and ritual and chronicles the downfall of everyman/everywoman whose imperfection is part of our humanity. Optional stage directions are provided in this edition.