O Lux

for SATB Chorus

O Lux is at once reminiscent of Renaissance motets and at home in the contemporary canon. The lyrical and ultimately transcendent piece features a cascading theme that is layered canonically. The piece has been performed by both high school and professional choirs.

SKU: CME-001 Categories: ,
Season or Event: Blessing, Christmas, Easter, General, Marriage, Memorial/Funeral, Winter
Difficulty: Intermediate, Advanced Student, Advanced, Very Advanced
Sacred or Secular: Sacred
Language: Latin
Voicing: SATB, SSAATTBB
Instrumentation: A Cappella
Duration: 1-5 Minutes

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