Jubilate Agno

for SATB Voices with Piano (or String Quartet)

Z. Randall Stroope (composer)
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Piano, Violin 1 (opt.)...


The tarantella, meaning "spider dance," was a popular Italian dance with origins in the 11th century.  The convergence of the medieval tarantella with the writings of the brilliant poet, Christopher Smart, who bordered on the absurd, along with the infusion of random rhyming words by the composer, synthesizes to make dramatic lyrics to accompany this highly energized and challenging piece for SATB choir and string quartet or optional piano. Sure to thrill audiences at any concert/festival performance. Also available for TTBB Choir (CM9348).
SKU: CM9735
Ensemble: Mixed Chorus
Duration: 00:03:05
Key: A minor
Tempo: Molto ritmico (q = 138)
Language: Latin, English
Text Source: Christopher Smart and ZRS
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Accompanied: Accompanied Chorus
UPC: 6-80160-91974-1
ISBN: 978-1-4911-6115-9
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