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The Dove

The Dove

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  • Instrumentation: tenor (soprano) and organ
  • Language: German - English
  • Order No.: ED 9939
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Description
This work by the composer and organist Naji Hakim, born in Beirut in 1955 and currently living in France, was commissioned on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the Augsburger Religionsfrieden (Religious Peace of Augsburg). Initially composed for tenor and string quartet (ED 9970), the work was arranged by Hakim who created further versions for tenor and string orchestra (study score ED 9969) and for tenor and organ. He included the following quotations referring to peace from the Old and New Testament: First Book of Moses 8:11, Luke 1:79 and John 14:27.
Details
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: intermediate
ISMN: 979-0-001-14080-5
Publisher: Schott Music
UPC: 841886004368
Year of composition: 2005
page number: 30
Performances
2007-10-16 | Dudelange (Luxembourg), St Martin — 20.00 h
2007-02-18 | Houston, TX (United States of America), First Presbyterian Church — 16.00 h
This work by the composer and organist Naji Hakim, born in Beirut in 1955 and currently living in France, was commissioned on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the Augsburger Religionsfrieden (Religious Peace of Augsburg). Initially composed for tenor and string quartet (ED 9970), the work was arranged by Hakim who created further versions for tenor and string orchestra (study score ED 9969) and for tenor and organ. He included the following quotations referring to peace from the Old and New Testament: First Book of Moses 8:11, Luke 1:79 and John 14:27.
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: intermediate
ISMN: 979-0-001-14080-5
Publisher: Schott Music
UPC: 841886004368
Year of composition: 2005
page number: 30
2007-10-16 | Dudelange (Luxembourg), St Martin — 20.00 h
2007-02-18 | Houston, TX (United States of America), First Presbyterian Church — 16.00 h
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