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ATB repertory

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 1995 01:28:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: Esther Mix
Subject: Re: Dead Pavan/ ATB rep.

My real reason for posting is to officialy volunteer to compile
the ATB repertoire list. I am already aware much 17th cent. music,
including Scheidt, Monteverdi and Purcell ( still am in the dark about
the different lower parts for "REjoice in the lord), Old Hall ms. and
15th cent. motets, the Byrd 3 part mass, "So aber..." from bwv 227,
the choruses in Berlioz's Romeo...( I would however be gratefull for hints
on working them into a church service),and early American psalmody (did J
Inggall's Innocent Sounds yesterday). I will also be going thru
Haendel's Chandos anthems looking for low sopr. parts. 19th and 20th
cent.'s are going to be the big challenge! If I didnt have so many
tastes to accomadate I'd probably stick with six part Josquin for a
while. TIA for sugestions-

Richard Mix, emix@netcom.com
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Search Results using ATB and STB in the CHOREF database

lname, fname (dates)
title
lang -- voicing -- accompaniment
publisher info
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Binkerd, Gordon (1916-)
Tis Ev'ning, My Sweet
English -- STB -- none (reduction)
Boosey & Hawkes: 5732, 1970

Binkerd, Gordon (1916-)
To Electra, Set I
English -- SSSAA, SSATB, STB, SSSAATBB -- none (reduction)
Boosey & Hawkes: ,1970

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Ad coenam agni providi
Latin. German. -- STB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Audi, benigne conditor
Latin. German. -- ATB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Aurea luce et decore roseo
Latin. German. -- STB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Conditor alme siderum
Latin. German. -- ATB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Festum nunc celebre
Latin. German. -- STB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Hostis Herodes impie
Latin. German. -- ATB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
(Iste confessor Domini sacratus
Latin. German. -- STB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Sanctorum meritis inclita gaudia
Latin. German. -- STB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dufay, Guillaume (1400-1474)
Urbs beata Jerusalem
Latin. German. -- ATB -- none
Kalmus Vocal Scores

Dunstable, John (1390-1453)
Quam pulchra est
Latin -- ATB -- none (reduction)
H.Flammer: ,1940

Encina, Juan del (1468-1529)
Levanta, Pascual, levanta
Spanish. English. -- STB -- tambourine; opt. inst. doubling
Broude Bros.: SCT5, 1975

Encina, Juan del (1468-1529)
on May 25, 2004 10:00pm
I'd think that one should look at some Buxtehude Cantatas and Motets...
Particularly EP6050 Aperite Mihi Portas Justitiae Peters edition

Jay Carter
Alto Lay Clerk
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral
Kansas City Missouri USA
on August 29, 2006 10:00pm
Query:

I am teaching in SE Asia at a small international school. My beginning high school choir thie year is 12 men to 4 women - last year 24 men to 4 women. I appreciate early music, and would love to do more of it, but many of my students are beginners, and they like to mix up the repertoire a bit.

I am wondering if there is a trick to using SA or STB literature with certain octave transpositions to make it work. We end up transposing just about everything, and it is never just right for everybody. Basses are still developing low register, and women really should be singing more soprano and less alto to develop head/higher register, I think.

Any tricks out there??? I could use a some.