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Day, George George Day
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(1694 - 1713)
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Day, George: "An Evening Service" for Woodwind Quartet

"An Evening Service" for Woodwind Quartet
George Day

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Composer :George DayDay, George (1694 - 1713)
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Wind quartet

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George DayMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
The Magnificat (My soul magnifies) is a canticle frequently sung (or spoken) liturgically in Christian church services. It is one of the eight most ancient Christian hymns and perhaps the earliest Marian hymn. Its name comes from the first word of the Latin version of the canticle's text.

The Nunc dimittis is a canticle from a text in the second chapter of Luke named after its first words in Latin, meaning 'Now you dismiss...'. (Luke 2:29–32), often used as the final song in a religious service.

These canticles take the place of a fourth psalm at Lauds. From the New Testament the Breviary takes the following: At Vespers, the "Canticle of the Bl. Mary Virgin" (Luke 1:46-55), commonly known as the "Magnificat" (from its first word). At Compline, the "Canticle of Simeon" (Luke 2:29-32), commonly referred to as the "Nunc dimittis" (from the opening words).

George Day (1694-1713) was the organist of Wimborne Minster, Dorset, UK, 1694 - 1713. His burial is recorded on April 8th. He penned these Evening Canticles, evidenced by a manuscript organ book (Wimborne Minster chained library), one Alto part book , two Tenor part books and two Bass part books.

Although originally written for Chorus (SATB), I created this arrangement for Woodwind Quartet (Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet and Bassoon).
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Added by magataganm the 2013-05-26

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