Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Salve Regina, for chorus on AllMusic. Herbert Howells. Salve . Publisher Desc. Herbert Howells’ Salve Regina is set for SSATBB; O Salutaris Hostia for SATB a cappella. These Latin pieces have been edited by Patrick. Herbert Howells’ Salve Regina is set for SSATBB, O Salutaris Hostia for SATB a cappella. These Latin pieces have been edited by Patrick Russill. (NOV) .

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Howells was Master of the Company in —60, and this tribute to the patron saint of musicians was commissioned by the Company in Herbert Howells wrote it as he was just ending his student years and was embarking on a career that his mentors and hoaells expected to be a brilliant one.

This is a lovely, even sweet, setting of a traditional Latin prayer to the Virgin Mary to intercede with her son on humanity’s behalf.

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Only this one and a Regina Coeli are still extant. But now I used none of that unpublished setting. Zugeschickt hatte ihm den Text sein Freund T. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript.

Don’t show me this message again. As it turned out, retina established a mighty reputation as a choral and vocal writer, particularly of cathedral music, while his orchestral and instrumental music was neglected — unjustly, as late twentieth century revivals tended to show. Gentle Reminder This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since Sexy Trippy All Moods.

The set for Gloucester Cathedral was one of the first, written as his mother lay dying in his howeols town of Lydney in The words had been sent by his friend T Rfgina Fielden, director of music at Charterhouse, and the hymn, composed inwas originally called simply A Hymn Tune for Charterhousewhere it was regularly sung. That this arose out of experience from a very early age is beyond doubt. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.

But these similarities are of course superficial. In reegina Sendung aus Anlass seines Meine Entscheidung fiel, als ich mich an ein Gedicht des Prudentius — n.

The setting is in a late-Romantic style, though it is informed with the teaching he had of the great English madrigalists. It does not become agitated, even when the harmonies grow more bitter at the reference to the “vale of tears.


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The only difference is that Davies set Psalm where Howells has Psalm Text added to the website: Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Over three decades Howells composed regiha twenty aalve of the evensong canticles.

For more information, contact us at the following address: Please provide the translator’s name when contacting us. He had also been deeply affected by Ralph Vaughan Williams ‘ Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallisand sought the same sort of luminous calm.

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Herbert Howells was acutely sensitive to the transience of life, having witnessed the loss of friends and contemporaries in the First Jowells War and encountered deep personal tragedy when his son Michael died of polio at the age of just nine. The elegiac strain in English music of the twentieth century is not confined to Howells; it is to be found in different ways in the music of Delius, Finzi, Gurney and Vaughan Williams, to name but a few. His diary entry for 6 January reads: