Rachmaninov/Milloy: Bogoroditse Devo

Publisher | choral music,men's,sacred | Monday, May 7th, 2007
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Rachmaninov’s devastatingly beautiful VESPERS continues to be one of the most famous and popular early 20th century a cappella choral works. A difficult work to sing in toto, but one of the set, “Bogoroditse Devo” has been one of the ones most commonly sung alone. Now, Yelton Rhodes has a men’s setting by the brilliant composer/arranger Steve Milloy that will move your chorus and audience alike. You’ve got to have a bass that can sing a low D for the final chord.

Bogoroditse Devo (men’s chorus).  View the first two pages of the score by clicking on the link.

[audio:http://yrmusic.com/audio/milloy.steve/bogoroditse_devo.mp3]

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