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To Morning

First line:
O holy virgin! clad in purest white
2007; 5vv
author of text

Scored for five voices (with divisions) without accompaniment, Gabriel Jackson’s setting of William Blake’s To Morning incorporates an innovative and distinctive harmonic language and carefully-crafted phrase structure which beautifully reflects the imagery of the text. Rich texture, characteristic use of modulation and tantalising moments of silence lead into climactic tutti entries. The piece was written for Polyphony, directed by Stephen Layton.

from notes by Ralph Allwood & Timothy Teague 2015


Time and its Passing
SIGCD445Download only 20 November 2015 Release
HYP41Super-budget price sampler
Jackson: Not no faceless Angel & other choral works


Track 3 on SIGCD445 [2'27] Download only 20 November 2015 Release
Track 1 on CDA67708 [2'26]
Track 1 on HYP41 [2'26] Super-budget price sampler

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