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Written in memoriam of a former chorister, the words are taken for the most part from Fiona Macleod's "Dominion of dreams." It has a slow, lilting style to it, which could reflect the running waves mentioned in the text, taking us on a journey to a new horizon.
Suitable for all choirs, and all occasions.
This setting of Ave verum corpus can be performed in its original form by larger choirs, and smaller ensembles can also perform it by removing some of the doubled parts. This won't affect its structural integrity, as it was designed to be performed in multiple scenarios. Further flexibility is provided in the form of two alternative endings, one avoiding a bottom C for the basses.
O nata lux is the office hymn for the feast of the Transfiguration. However, as an introit it can be used on many other occasions.
There are many different shades of light in this piece, from the bright light of Christ, to feelings of a warm glow in its harmonisation.
The piece is suitable for all choirs.
A multipurpose introit or anthem for choirs of all abilities.