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Original

Flos campi. Ralph Vaughan Williams. B-Flat Trumpet sheet music. Choir sheet music. Horn sheet music. Percussion sheet music. Advanced.

Translation

Flos fields. Ralph Vaughan Williams. B-Flat Trumpet sheet music. Choir sheet music. Horn sheet music. Percussion sheet music. Advanced.

Original

Flos campi composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams. 1872-1958. Edited by Julian Rushton. For SATB choir. wordless. , viola solo, and orchestra. flute. piccolo, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, 2 percussion, celeste, strings. Level D. difficult. Study score. 76 pages. Duration 18 minutes. Published by Oxford University Press. OU.9780193399426. ISBN 9780193399426. 10 x 7 inches. A suite for solo viola, wordless chorus. SATB. , and small orchestra, Flos Campi is one of Vaughan Williams's most enigmatic pieces. Although the six movements all borrow their titles from the Old Testament's Song of Solomon, the chorus never articulates a single word. Instead, it serves as a section of the orchestra, creating an elegant vocal texture and backdrop to the viola's haunting solo lines. The work was premiered in October 1925 by the violist Lionel Tertis, singers from the RCM, and the Queen's Hall Orchestra, directed by Sir Henry Wood.

Translation

Flos campi composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams. 1872-1958. Edited by Julian Rushton. For SATB choir. wordless. , viola solo, and orchestra. flute. piccolo, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, 2 percussion, celeste, strings. Level D. difficult. Study score. 76 pages. Duration 18 minutes. Published by Oxford University Press. OU.9780193399426. ISBN 9780193399426. 10 x 7 inches. A suite for solo viola, wordless chorus. SATB. , and small orchestra, Flos Campi is one of Vaughan Williams's most enigmatic pieces. Although the six movements all borrow their titles from the Old Testament's Song of Solomon, the chorus never articulates a single word. Instead, it serves as a section of the orchestra, creating an elegant vocal texture and backdrop to the viola's haunting solo lines. The work was premiered in October 1925 by the violist Lionel Tertis, singers from the RCM, and the Queen's Hall Orchestra, directed by Sir Henry Wood.