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Angelus ad Virginem - (Gabriel to Mary Came)

Angelus Ad Virginem
 
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About This Work

“Angelus ad Virginem” (Gabriel to Mary Came) is a 14th century English setting, though possibly originating in France or Ireland. The music is a good example of how the simplest of little tunes can prove very effective.

In this arrangement by Philip Andrews, the opening is of a very gentle and calm nature, with the lilting melody being firmly established. It gradually builds until the whole band joins in on the second verse, where the music becomes more festive in spirit. There is a tender poignancy to the following section, which then leads to a quiet and peaceful ending.

This piece will be a welcome addition to a band’s Christmas repertoire, and likely to be a popular programme choice.

ComposerTraditional
ArrangerPhilip Andrews
CategoryConcert Band
DurationCirca 3 mins
DifficultyThis piece has difficulty rating of 2 on a scale one through 6, with 6 being the hardest. Click here to see how we grade our band sets.
InstrumentationPiccolo
Flutes 1-2
Oboes 1-2
Bb Clarinets 1-2-3
Bb Bass Clarinet
Alto Saxophones 1-2
Bb Tenor Saxophone
Eb Baritone Saxophone
Bassoons 1-2
Horns in F 1-2
Horns in F 3-4
Bb Trumpets 1-2-3
Tenor Trombones 1-2
Bass Trombone
Euphonium
Tuba
Suspended Cymbals
Triangle
Glockenspiel
Tubular Bells
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Catalogue No.
Product Code: SM0301

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