Benedictus, from AMASS

Instrumentation/Voicing: 
SSAATTBB, SATB soli, a cappella

This "Benedictus" for a cappella choir is the eleventh movement from Jocelyn Hagen's new mass setting: AMASS, which was completed in early 2011. This movement, composed in 2007, has been Jocelyn's most successful work for choir, winning several awards and receiving performances all over the world and in Carnegie Hall.

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Order Sheet Music
Catalog Number: 
JH - C011
Duration: 
4:00
Total Pages: 
8
Commissioned By: 
The Singers - Minnesota Choral Artists
Premiere
Premiere Date: 
03/31/2007
Premiere Ensemble: 
The Singers - Minnesota Choral Artists
Premiere Conductor: 
Matthew Culloton
Awards: 

"Conductor's Choice" Sorel Medallion Competition, 2009
"Honorable Mention" Cincinnati Camerata Composition Competition, 2008

See video
Performances: 

The Singers - Minnesota Choral Artists (Matthew Culloton, cond.)
The Summer Singers (Vicki Peters, cond.)
University of Minnesota at Morris Concert Choir (Ken Hodgson, cond.)
I Cantanti (Wayne Kivell, cond.)
Heartland Voices (John G. Slawson, cond.)
Saint Paul Vocal Forum (David Ryan Moberg, cond.)
Trinity Choir of Cambridge (Stephen Layton, cond.)
Voices of Ascension (Dennis Keene, cond.)

Text
Text Author or Source: 
Traditional Roman Catholic Mass
Language: 
Latin
Text: 

Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini.

Translation: 

Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.