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Tríptic de Sant Josep

Tríptic de Sant Josep-Música vocal (paper copy)-Music Schools and Conservatoires Elementary Level-Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level-Scores Elementary-Scores Intermediate

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Author/Composer

Jordi Domènech Subiranas

Text

Pilar Cabot Vila

Field

Music Schools and Conservatoires Elementary Level
Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level
Scores Elementary
Scores Intermediate

Collection

Música vocal (paper copy) Nr. 45

Language

Spanish, Catalan, English, Music

Format

Score

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18.75 € VAT included

Contents

I have composed and arranged about 60 Christmas carols and I had never dedicated one to Saint Joseph! Here are three songs starred by this Christmassy saint, in order to compensate this oversight. 
The principal subject of this cycle eminently has an effect in its second song and is due to an idea, which I have had in mind for a long time and that I consider to be quite funny: If Jesus worked wonders as an adult, he might have discovered and learned to handle with his superpowers progressively – like a superhero of a comic – as a child. Because bathing a child that is able to walk on water could have been a drama rather than a hygienic act. And if this child had the ability to convert water into wine, his family surely was delighted and zigzagged about the streets of Nazareth. The thing is that the cycle has a clearly funny character: Have you ever asked yourself what the ox was doing in the crib? Well, you’ll get an answer to this question in the first song. The last song mixes modern times and tradition: Saint Joseph is at the same time both the saint of the crib and an actor of this crib that feels renewed - both physically and spiritually – when standing next to the actress interpreting the Virgin.
All three songs are written for a male-voice choir and piano, with a castanet part “ad libitum” in the third song. Their musical language is classical and they are easy to read.
Jordi Domènech, Tavèrnoles, april 2008

Instrumental and vocal formations

Male Choir

Instruments

Voice, Piano

Structure

1. El bou del pessebre
2. Cançó de bressol
3. Bolero de Sant Josep

Technical Specifications

Measurements

21 x 29,7 cm, vertical

Binding

Staple

Number of Pages

27

ISMN

979-0-69210-542-8

Editor

DINSIC Publicacions Musicals

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Cover Designer

Ludovica Mosca

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