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Sing Joyfully unto the Lord (Concerto No. 4) by Dmitry Bortniansky

Dmitry Bortniansky Vladimir Morosan English Mixed chorus Four voices Sacred Concerto Orthodox Music Press
Choral Score $3.95; Link to Full Score;
Opus Sacred Concerto No. 4;

Composer(s) Dmitry Bortniansky; Arranger(s) Vladimir Morosan; In English; For Mixed chorus ; Style/Genre Sacred Concerto; Publisher Orthodox Music Press;

This is an English adaptation of Bortniansky's Sacred Concerto No. 4 — “Voskliknite Ghospodevi vsia zemlia.” Bortniansky’s sacred works were widely performed in 19th-century Russia, and many of them are sung in churches to this day. Bortniansky’s music combines elements of classicism and sentimentality, using techniques of the classical Viennese-Italian style.

Blessed Be the Name of the Lord by Dmitry Bortniansky

Dmitry Bortniansky English Mixed chorus Four voices Sacred St Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church
Choral Score Free;

Composer(s) Dmitry Bortniansky; In English; For Mixed chorus ; Style/Genre Sacred; Publisher St Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church;

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Cherubic Hymn No. 7 by Dmitry Bortniansky

Dmitry Bortniansky Transliteration Church Slavonic Mixed chorus Four voices Sacred Musica Russica
Choral Score $2.45; Link to Full Score; Audio Diction CD;
Duration: 5:30;
Дмитрий Бортнянский Херувимская песнь No. 7

Composer(s) Dmitry Bortniansky; In Transliteration, Church Slavonic; For Mixed chorus ; Style/Genre Sacred; Publisher Musica Russica;

Dimitry Bortniansky (1751-1825) was the most prominent choral composer and conductor of his epoch, leading the Imperial Court Chapel of St. Petersburg to unprecedented heights of excellence as Europe's preeminent choir. The "Cherubic Hymn No. 7," his most popular setting of that text, has been a staple of Russian Orthodox church repertoire from the early nineteenth century to the present day.

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