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American Triptych: II. Veni Creator

American Triptych: II. Veni Creator

Product Number: 7927*

Composer: Conte, David

Sku Product Name Price Qty
7927 American Triptych: II. Veni Creator (Piano/Choral Score)
file_7927-E American Triptych: II. Veni Creator (Downloadable Piano/Choral Score)
7931 American Triptych (Complete Full Score)
7932 American Triptych (Complete Instrumental Parts)


American Triptych presents aspects of spiritual experience as expressed by three North American poets: Americans E. E. Cummings and W. S. Merwin, and Canadian Bliss Carman. Commissioned by the Reading Choral Society, Reading, Pennsylvania, David DeVenney, conductor. The work received its premiere performance on November 13, 1999.
The second movement, a modern translation of the tenth century hymn Veni Creator, is more lyrical in character and gives each section of the chorus a solo verse accompanied by obligato solo lines in the instrumental ensemble. The chosen ensemble of instruments (harp, soprano saxophone, double bass, piano and percussion) gives the work a decidedly American character.
This work can also be performed with piano four-hands alone, or with piano four-hands and any combination of the ensemble instruments, with the two pianists omitting any doublings as indicated by the cues. Duration: 8:00

Additional Information

SKU (Product number) 7927*
Available Editions American Triptych
I. i thank You God, 7926
II. Veni Creator, 7927
III. Mariner’s Carol, 7928
Composer/Arranger Conte, David
Text Author Carman, Bliss
Voicing & Instruments SATB Chorus and Piano Four-hands, or Soprano Saxophone, Percussion (3 Players), Harp, Contrabass, and Piano Four-hands
Topics (Sacred) Creation/Nature
Difficulty Moderately Difficult
Language of Text English
Historical Period 20th Century
Recording Credits Recorded by the West Chester University Concert Choir, David DeVenney, conductor.
Publisher E. C. Schirmer Music Company

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