ComposerRobert Hugill
FormatA4 Vocal score
PublisherBardic
Instrumentsmale vocal
Printed sheet music
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Picture of Sheet music  for male vocal by Robert Hugill. Passion, a setting of extracts from St John's Gospel, with interpolated poems, for Male Alto, Tenor, Tenor and Baritone.

The passion story from the Gospel of St. John, with poems by the American poet Carl Cook, set for unaccompanied vocal ensemble (alto, tenor, tenor, bass) in a flexible 40 minute work which mixes contemporary plainchant, arias and choruses. The role of Jesus is sung by the alto and the evangelist is split between the remaining 3 voices.

'The young British composer Robert Hugill's setting of the Passion - a text he compiled from St. John's gospel, interspersed with poems by Carl Cook from The Tranquil Lake of Love - has turned out to be one of the most original realisations of this subject for some time. . . . there is a timeless element in the modern setting which relates perfectly to the timeless quality of the passion story itself.'

Robert Matthew-Walker, Musical Opinion.

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