An excellent work for building confidence in young singers, Jubilate! skillfully combines a rhythmic ostinato with legato singing. After a brief, slower middle section, the work returns to the original tempo and ends with a forceful unison statement of "Jubilate Deo!" This will be easy to prepare and very effective in performance!
(Updated: February 03, 2019)
This piece, in both Latin and English, makes it a good first "language" piece for a young choir. Though it is listed here as SAB, it is technically ""Three-part Mixed" which has a limited range for the men's part. The ABA form uses rhythmic ostinato and an exciting accompaniment to engage the singers from the first rehearsal, and directors will find that their choir learns it very quickly. It would be a good choice for any concert or for school choral competition.
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