Arrangement for: SATB (with divisi)
A 22-minute, 9-movement work taking its text from various Requiem sources and teh BCP Funeral sentence. Each movement can stand alone (effectively creating 9 anthems), or the whole can be used for concerts or in the Liturgy. Commissioned by Clarke University IOWA and first performed there in 2010 in St Raphael's Cathedral with combined University and Cathedral Choirs. Performance Level: 4,5.
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TKM818, which is the first movement of this piece, is featured on the latest Choral Album by Ablaze Records and is now available to buy via this link, 'New Choral Voices Vol 4'
'Unthemed anthologies of new music can be a difficult sell, but Brett Scott's Coro Volante set about these recent pieces with such enthusiasm and confidence that it's hard not to be beguiled. It doesn't hurt that there's some real talent on show among the composers as well. It's important to make clear that these aren't all very young composers. Ellen Harrison has been making remarkable music since the 1970's and her 'Music Is', which ends the set, represents a most welcome addition to her list. Likewise, the veteran Alan Goldspiel with 'Soldier of Mine' and Tim Knight's moving 'Requiem Aeternam'. There isn't a piece one wouldn't want to hear again. Crisply recorded in generous acoustics'. Brian Morton, Choir and Organ
Requiem Aeternam (Full)
Kyrie - https://youtu.be/iYS_6oe1BjI
Movement 3 - https://youtu.be/UcT7sJe66wc
Movement 4 - https://youtu.be/0E_ehVZgmJ8
Final Movement - https://youtu.be/Tu9jfT2FSMI
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Composer / Arranger / Author
Publisher / Distributor
Tim Knight Music / Spartan Press