- Performer:John Galea
- Title:Sacred Music of the Early Twentieth Century by Maltese Composers
- Size FLAC version1241 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1740 megabytes
- Size WMA version1889 megabytes
- Formats:ADX WMA DXD MP2 AAC MIDI
A collection of sacred music by Maltese composers of the nineteenth century promises an exotic experience for the non-Maltese listener, and this Maltese-Bulgarian disc does not disappoint. Although the direct influence of Italian music teachers on the island of Malta apparently (one learns from the rather gushy but never dull booklet) declined in the nineteenth century, Italian opera is the primary style reference of most of these works. Two works are instrumental.
Sacred Music of the Early Twentieth Century by Maltese Composers. Tantum Ergo for bass & small orchestra No. 1 in G major. Sacred Music of the Early Twentieth Century by Maltese Composers. Psalm 112: Laudate pueri, for tenor, chorus & orchestra. Tantum Ergo, for tenor, baritone & orchestra in F major. Sinfonia: Un raggio di luce.
List of Catholic Church musicians is a list of people who perform or compose Catholic music, a branch of Christian music. Names should be limited to those whose Catholicism affected their music and should preferably only include those musicians whose works have been performed liturgically in a Catholic service, or who perform specifically in a Catholic religious context. Paolo Agostino, all his surviving works are religious. Vittoria Aleotti, Augustinian nun and composer.
Album · 2004 · 22 Songs. Sinfonia No. 22: I. Allegro moderato. By Francesco Azopardi - The Jubal Orchestra & Rev. John Galea. 2. 22: II. Largo. 3. 22: III. Allegro.
Sacred music of the 20TH century by maltese composers. ID: GR94 CDs: 1 Type: CD. Collection: Sacred Music Subcollection: Liturgy. After the success of the first CD in this series (Sacred music by Maltese composers of the 19th century, GR 88), this is the second CD with sacred music of the early 20th century. The composers continue the tradition of their predecessors, composing very melodious music, conforming to the norms of church services. This is the third CD of the series by Maltese composers that Gega New has started to release. The first two programmes contain sacred works from the 19th century (GR 88) and the beginning of the 20th century (GR 94). The present CD features earlier, 18th century works and sacred music also prevails here. Listeners will have the chance to appreciate the splendid works of Maltese composers.
Concert Music CDs. GR 95 - 18th Century Sacred Music by Maltese Composers. GR 88 - 19th Century Sacred Music by Maltese Composers. GR 96 - 19th Century Sacred Music by Maltese Composers. GR 94 - Sacred Music of the Early 20th Century by Maltese Composers. GR 97 - Sacred Music of the Later 20th Century by Maltese Composers. GR 10 - Nicolo Isouard: Liturgical works of St. John's (2011). Bugeja, A. Nani, P. Vassallo: Tenebrae (2012). GR 20 - Christopher Muscat: Stabat Mater (2012). GR26 - Five Dun Karm Psaila Poems - Paul Portelli & Katrin tal-Imdina -Steven-Joseph Psaila (2012) (Double CD).
Twentieth century music brought new freedom and wide experimentation with new musical styles and forms that challenged the accepted rules of music of earlier periods. Eastern, Middle-Eastern, Latin, and Western sounds began to mix in some forms. Faster modes of transportation allowed musicians and fans to travel more widely to perform or listen. Many contemporary composers working the early twenty-first century were prominent figures in the twentieth century. Some composers such as Alvin Etler, Oliver Knussen, Thomas Adès, and Michael Daugherty did not rise to prominence until late in the twentieth century. For more examples see: List of 21st century classical composers.
The choral music of twentieth-century women composers Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The choral music of twentieth-century women composers from your list? The choral music of twentieth-century women composers. Elisabeth Lutyens, Elizabeth Maconchy, and Thea Musgrave. Published 2006 by Scarecrow Press in Lanham, MD. Written in English.
In the early twentieth century, the vitality of this musical migration could be seen in the extraordinary career of Thomas L. Johnson (1887-1962), often described as a "golden-voiced Negro baritone. Johnson was born in Waco, Texas, and raised in Illinois, Indiana, and Detroit, Michigan. His early music career started in Detroit, where he, his brother, Charles, and his two sisters, Nelle and Ethel, organized themselves into the Johnson Quartet, which was often accompanied by a third sister, Olive. This had a significant impact on both the secular and the sacred musical life of the city. Yet, throughout the twentieth century, national interaction occurred regularly in the national meetings of several organizations-for example, the National Association of Negro Musicians (NANM), the annual meetings of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, and the National Baptist Convention.
CreditsJoseph Aquilina - Tenor (Vocal)
Joseph Vella Bondin - Liner Notes
Alfred Camilleri - Baritone (Vocal)
John Galea - Conductor, Primary Artist
Miriam Gauci - Soprano (Vocal)
The Jubal Male Choir - Choir/Chorus
Jubal Mixed Choir - Choir/Chorus
The Jubal Orchestra - Orchestra
Anthony Montebello - Bass (Vocal)
Georgi Nedyalkov - Balance Engineer
George Trenev - Editing
|1||Preghiera alla B.V. Maria, for STB, chorus & chamber orchestra||John Galea||8:08|
|2||Tantum Ergo for bass & small orchestra No. 1 in G major||John Galea||3:40|
|3||Psalm: Dixit Dominus, for tenor, bass, male chorus & orchestra||John Galea||6:41|
|4||Psalm: Confitebor, for tenor, baritone, bass, male chorus & orchestra||John Galea||11:50|
|5||Sinfonia: Un raggio di luce||John Galea||10:54|
|6||Hodie egressa est, antiphon for tenor, bass, male chorus & orchestra||John Galea||6:49|
|7||Tantum Ergo, for tenor, baritone & orchestra in F major||John Galea||4:10|
|8||Salve Regina, anthem for tenor & orchestra||John Galea||4:27|
|9||Psalm 112: Laudate pueri, for tenor, chorus & orchestra||John Galea||8:00|