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  • CPDL #18877:  Icon_pdf.gif Icon_snd.gif
Editor: Louie Madrid Calleja (submitted 2009-02-08).   Score information: Letter (landscape), 4 pages, 116 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Full score.
  • CPDL #18876:  Icon_pdf.gif
Editor: Louie Madrid Calleja (submitted 2009-02-08).   Score information: Letter (landscape), 3 pages, 127 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Vocal-piano score.

Instrumental parts:

  • Violin I: Icon_pdf.gif
  • Violin II: Icon_pdf.gif
  • Viola: Icon_pdf.gif
  • 'Cello: Icon_pdf.gif
  • Contrabass: Icon_pdf.gif
  • Timpani: Icon_pdf.gif

General Information

Title: Lux Aeterna
Composer: Louie Madrid Calleja

Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: Tenor solo

Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: String ensemble and timpani

Published:

Description: Movement VII of a Requiem Mass written as a going-away present for a friend. Originally written for soprano solo in 1994, it was re-scored for tenor around 2004. It was premiered that year by tenor Michael Nasato and the Esprit Alliance Orchestra under the direction of the composer.

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Original text and translations

Original text and translations may be found at Lux aeterna.