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Huszár Lajos: Three Christmas Motets

for four-part female choir

choral sheets

Instrumentation: Upper Voices
Instrumentation: SSMA
Genre: Musique de noel
Période: Contemporary Music
Langue: Latin
Pages: 16 pp
Format: octavo (19 x27 cm)
Date du parution: Novembre 2015
Editeur: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 14964
ISMN: 9790080149645
The composer wrote of his work as follows: „The text of the three motets takes three motifs from the story of the birth of Jesus: (1) the joy of the Magi at seeing the Star, (2) Mary’s cradle song as she rocks the Baby, and (3) the choir of Angels praising the joyful news in song. The movements may also be performed singly, but it is best for them to be heard together as a cycle. Their style and tonal system are marked by ‚modulating modality’.”


Videntes stellam
Dormi Jesu (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Hodie Christus natus est