Music for Horn Choir
 
 
Shenandoah/ Loch Lomond   2013 Traditional/ arr. Chancellor
 
   This arrangement combines the 19th century American folk song “Shenandoah” or “Across the wide Missouri” with the Scottish folk song “Loch Lomond,” thought to date from the mid-eighteenth century.  These two songs share a plaintive, longing quality and a similar harmonic language.  Solitárius also publishes a version of this pairing for concert band.  This arrangement is for 8 horns and is easily adapted for larger ensemble with appropriate doubling.
 
Grade 4
Performance time:  4:00       
 
 
 
Salvation is Created    2011 Tchesnokov/ arr. Chancellor
 
   This is an arrangement of a beautiful Russian sacred choral work, the last Tchesnokov wrote in 1912 before such works were banned.  “Salvation” has been set in a number of versions for voice and instruments, this setting is for horn choir with 7 parts, which is easily adaptable for a larger ensemble with appropriate doubling.
 
Grade 3
Performance time:  4:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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