Westminster Tropes, Op.42 (Alburger, Mark)

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Work Title Westminster Tropes
Alternative. Title
Composer Alburger, Mark
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.42
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IMA 42
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 23 movements:
  1. Amen (Blue) - SATB
  2. Amen (Four-Fold) - SATB
  3. Amen (Five-Fold) - SATB, keyboard
  4. Circles - voice, keyboard
  5. Come Christians / We Are Building - SATB, keyboard
  6. Dream - SATB, organ
  7. Good Friday - voice, piano
  8. Hosanna (Blue) - SATB
  9. In Memoriam 10/17/87 (Loma Prieta Earthquake) - unison voices, instruments, piano
  10. Long Expected - oboe, piano
  11. Music for Three Deacons - alto, bass, piano
  12. Music on Christmas Eve - oboe, English horn
  13. One in the Spirit - SATB, piano
  14. Parking Lot's Wife - flute, oboe, guitar
  15. Praise Play - unison voices, piano
  16. Prophet / Birds - flute, oboe, piano
  17. Rejoice in the Journey - unison voices, piano
  18. Remembrance - SATB, oboe, organ
  19. Rose Introit - SATB, piano
  20. Sound the Trumpet - mixed chorus, organ
  21. There Will I Be - voice(s), mixed chorus, guitar(s)
  22. Upward Way - voice, SATB
  23. Visioning - voice(s), piano
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1991
First Performance. 1991/07/07
First Publication. 1991
Language English
Average DurationAvg. Duration 24 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
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WESTMINSTER TROPES, Op.42 (December 1, 1991) are a series of gebrauchsmusik works composed over several decades in association with various Presbyterian Churches: Chamber Memorial Presbyterian Church, Rutledge, PA; Westminster Presbyterian Church, Tiburon, CA; and First Presbyterian Church, San Rafael, CA -- the latter two churches where the composer served as Minister of Music. The movements are simply listed alphabetically by title, and may be played separately, in any order. Parts, when specified, are those of the original conception, but may be substituted for / enriched by other instruments and voices, ad libitum...