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Dance-Song to the Creator

for SSA and SATB semi-choruses, SAATB choir, percussion and piano duet

Year:  1992   ·  Duration:  6m

Year:  1992
Duration:  6m

Composer:   David Hamilton

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David Hamilton: Dance-song ...

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About

It is scored for two semi-choruses (SSA and SATB) with a large mixed-voice choir. The accompaniment is for piano duet and percussion. The texts are a mix of extracts from the Latin Te Deum and a 15th century text from India by Kabir. The piece was conducted by the composer at the beginning of the final concert of the 1996 Melbourne International Choral Festival.


Commissioned note

Commissioned for the International Summer School in Choral Conducting 1993, assisted by Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council (now Creative New Zealand) and the New Zealand Composers Foundation.


Text note

Texts anonymous and by Kabir


Performance history

26 Jul 2014: Mass of the Children | City Choir Dunedin

Performed by Orland Singers (dir. Anita Banbury); Opus - Epsom Girls' Grammar (dir. david hamilton); Auckland Choral Society cond. Peter Watts