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Lo, The Full Final Sacrifice (Gerald Finzi) – St. John’s

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Sep 03, 2013 · Lo, the full, final Sacrifice On which all figures fix’t their eyes. The ransomed Isaac, and his ram; The Manna, and the Paschal Lamb. Jesu Master, just and true! Our Food, and faithful Shepherd

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Lo, the full, final sacrifice – Wikipedia

Lo, the full, final sacrifice. Lo, the full, final sacrifice ( Op. 26) is a festival anthem for SATB choir and organ, composed by Gerald Finzi in 1946. The work was commissioned by the Revd Walter Hussey for the 53rd anniversary of the consecration of St Matthew’s Church, Northampton.

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Feb 08, 2012 · Finzi Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice, Op.26 Choir of St. John’s College, Cambridge Christopher Robinson Cristopher Whitton, organ.

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Finzi Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice Vocal Score : Choraline

Lo, the full, final sacrifice (Op. 26) is a festival anthem for SATB choir and organ, composed by Gerald Finzi (1901-1956) in 1946. The two most popular vocal scores for Rossini’s Stabat Mater are shown below. Rehearsal recordings to help learn your voice part (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) are …

FINZI – Lo the Full Final Sacrifice & Other Choral Works

The final and longest piece here is ‘Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice,’ Op. 26, a 14-minute festival anthem set to Crashaw’s elegant translation of Aquinas’s ‘Adoro te’ and ‘Lauda Sion.’ It starts with a longish organ introduction and features a cappella and accompanied passages and …

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Lo, the full, final sacrifice – The Church Times

Lo, the full, final sacrifice. On which all figures fix’d their eyes, The ransom’d Isaac, and his ram; The Manna, and the Paschal lamb. These examples — Isaac, the ram, the manna, and the lamb — come from Aquinas, but the outlandish claim that they each “fix’d …

Lo, the full, final sacrifice, Op 26 (Finzi) – from

Deeply mystical in tone, Lo, the full, final sacrifice became a substantial conception, exceeding the normal bounds of a typical anthem in its length and treatment. And to match its richer structural design, Finzi’s matrix of musical transformations was also more complex and subtle.

Lo, the Full, Final, Sacrifice – Learn choral music

Lo, the Full, Final, Sacrifice There is an excellent performance of this Work by the Choir of St. John’s College, Cambridge, under Christopher Robinson (organ: Christopher Whitton) on YouTube starting here .

Lo, the full, final sacrifice : and other choral works

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Lo the full final sacrifice (FinziG) – JohnF’s Rehearsal Files

Lo, the full, final sacrifice SATB(div.)+organ. Music by GERALD FINZI Words by RICHARD CRASHAW. Boosey, 1946 *** You need to have logged in successfully with the appropriate in-date subscription to access these files: a Free one if they are out-of …

Lo, the full, final sacrifice – revolvy.com

Lo, the full, final sacrifice (Op. 26) is a festival anthem for SATB choir and organ, composed by Gerald Finzi in 1946. The work was commissioned by the Revd Walter Hussey for the 53rd anniversary of the consecration of St Matthew’s Church, Northampton .

Notes on the texts for the NCS concert in July 2007

Finzi, “Lo, the full, final Sacrifice”. Crashaw was a Roman Catholic, a believer in the Real Presence (of the body and blood of Christ in the eucharist), and this text is all about body and blood and bread and sacrifice. And also sheep. “the full, final Sacrifice on which all figures fix’t their eyes”: cf.

Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice « Gerald Finzi Official Site

Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice. We’ll be appearing at St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill, on Saturday 21st November, in a programme of British music reflecting World War I. The concert highlight is Sir Edward Elgar’s The Spirit of England, written in 1917 as a tribute to the fallen. Hubert Parry is well known as the composer of Jerusalem,

Gerald Finzi – Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice – boosey.com

Full Scores & Study Scores Guitar & Bass Orchestral & Band Piano, Keyboard & Organ Pop, Rock & Blues Strings Vocal & Opera Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice op. 26 (1946,orch.1947) Festival anthem for chorus and orchestra. Duration: 14′ Music Text. Richard Crashaw (E)

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