Benedictus from Canticles (V.122-1)

Taken from the set of three New Testament Canticles, Benedictus (Canticle of
Zechariah) is a colorful and evocative setting of the text from Luke, when Zecariah sings this blessing over his son John the Baptist. Traditionally sung at Lauds, or Morning Prayer, the text is a prayer of thanksgiving and hope, praise and glory.

The setting is in turns muscular and lyrical, following the text in a declamatory style. A piece of advanced difficulty, and scored for divisi SATB choir, Benedictus is complex enough for the concert program and short enough for liturgical use.

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