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Soyka, Christoph Christoph Soyka
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Tauet ihr Himmel von oben

Tauet ihr Himmel von oben
Introitus 4. Advent
Christoph Soyka




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Composer :Christoph SoykaSoyka, Christoph (1987 - )
Instrumentation :

Choral SATB, Soloist and Keyboard (organ or piano)

Style :

Religious - Sacred

Date :2004
Copyright :CHRISTOPH SOYKA © All rights reserved
This is written for the 4th advent (introitus), for a solo soprano, three instruments (free choice), choir and organ.
Added by christoph-soyka the 2008-02-25


2 comments


By Qwin White (visitor), at 09:34


Amazing and also this is for Dr. Scott Cairns i am an aspiring musician/composer and I dont know alot of music theory I was wondering if you could teach me via e-mail if you could that would be great my e-mail is qwin_white@yahoo.com thank you in advance
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By Dr. Scott Cairns (visitor), at 09:34


Dear Christoph,

Your work is very good. I would suggest exploring other keys in the peice- use Secondary Dominants to get there and back. The foray into the minor key at the end ofthe peice was too short and needs development. Ending with a Picardy 3rd was a little too cliched. The final measures signal an abrupt end- expand on the final measures. Try the parallel major to the relative minor. This will add a lot more color to your work. While in the minor key one must use Neopolitan 2nds and German aug. 6ths to add color and beauty.

Sincerely,

Dr. Scott Thomas Cairns
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