|Difficulty||Advanced (cello) Moderate (choir)|
|Format||Score and part(download)|
|Instruments||chamber choir and cello|
A special offer compendium comprising two works by Robert Hugill to be premiered during December 2014 - The Advent Prose and Faith, Hope and Charity for cello and choir.
The Advent Prose, setting the traditional Latin sequence commencing Regina coeli desuper, is for unaccompanied four-part mixed choir (with some divisi) and will be premiered at St. Johns Smith Square, London by Alistair Dixon and Chapelle du Roi.
Faith, Hope and Charity for cello and choir is a new arrangement for cello and choir of Robert Hugill's solo motet Faith, Hope and Charity. This new arrangement will be premiered by the cellist for whom the arrangement was created, Corinne Morris. and she will be accompanied by London Concord Singers, conductor Malcolm Cottle, at a concert at the Church of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London.
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