Textless Choral Music, E-H
Enesco, Georges (1882-1955).
Symphony No. 3 in C Major
. [organ, piano, wordless chorus and orchestra]
Falik, Yuri (IUrii) Aleksandrovich (b. 1936).
(I. Prelude, II. Fugue) (G. Schirmer/Associated A-724, © 1977) [SSAATBB + S solo, a cappella]
Feldman, Morton (1926-1987).
Christian Wolff in Cambridge
(C. F. Peters 6959, © 1963) [SSAATTBB, a cappella]
Chorus and Instruments
[I] (C. F. Peters P6958, © 1963) [SSSSAAATTBB, instrumental ensemble]
Chorus and instruments (II)
(C. F. Peters 6968, © 1967) [SSAATTBB, chimes, tuba]
Chorus and Orchestra 1
(Universal UE 15496, © 1978) [SSSSAAAATTBB + S solo, orchestra]
Chorus and Orchestra II
(Universal UE 15522, © 1972) [SSAATTBB, orchestra]
For Stefan Wolpe
(Universal UE 5679766, © ?)
(Universal UE 15467 L, © 1973) [Wood Block, Gong, Chimes, Temple Block, Tenor Drum; Chorus; Solo Soprano; Solo Alto]
Voices and Instruments for chorus and Chamber ensemble
(Universal UE 15515C, © 1975) [SATB, 8 instruments]
Flyarkovsky, Alexander (b. 1936).
[from the movie "Russian Fields"] (G. Schirmer A-769, © 1978) [SATB + S solo, a cappella]
Frackenpohl, Arthur Roland (b. 1924).
[Rondo for Mixed Voices] (Walton 2913, © 1972) [SATB + SATB soli, a cappella]
Grainger, Percy (1882-1961).
An Irish Tune from County Derry
["The Londonderry Air"] (G. Schirmer No. 29, © 1930) ["Women's voices: High and Low" [but divis]; "Men's unison chorus". Women" parts can be replaced or supported by violins and clarinets, and the men are allowed to sing a part written as being for any one of a whole range of instruments including bass-clarinet, bassoon, and cello; can be accompanied by Harmonium, pipe organ, and three (or more) single instruments or symphony orchestra or military band, etc.]
[for "from two instruments to massed orchestra, with or without voices"] (a version for orchestra and chorus can be heard on
The Grainger Edition
, volume 5 [works for chorus and orchestra, 2, Chandos CD Chan 9554, © 1997])
Guézec, Jean-Pierre (1934-1971).
[Pour 12 parties vocales réelles] (Paris: Editions Salabert M.C. 420, © 1969) [3S, 3A, 3T, and 3B, unaccompanied]
Hába, Alois (1893-1973).
Chor-suite im Vierteltonsystem für Männer-, Frauen- oder gemischten Chor
[Chorsuite in the quarter-tone system for men's, women's or mixed choir unaccompanied], Opus 13 (Universal UE 9505, © 1928) [SATB, a cappella]
Hadley, Patrick (1899-1973).
The Hills by Moonlight
(Oxford University Press, © 1947) [SATB + STB soli, orchestra]
("The Rain") (Boosey & Hawkes, "Choral Music Experience/Latin Accents Series," ed. Doreen Rao; © 1996; OCTB6940 = SATB and three percussionists; OCTB6941 = Treble Voices that divide into five parts and three percussionists)
Hillborg, Anders (b. 1954).
; 1983-86] (Stockholm, Sweden: Edition Suecia, © 1989) [8S 8A 8T 8B; without text]
Holst, Gustav (1874-1934).
The Planets, Suite for Large Orchestra
, Opus 32 (H. 125) (Curwen, © 1921) [SA div. à 6, orchestra]
(Universal UE 15471, © 1972) ["2x12, 24 voices" (6S6A6T6B)]
Humble, Keith (1927-1995).
Trois Poèmes à crier et à danser
[Chant I, II, III] (Universal UE 29049, 29050, 29051, © 1975) [SATB, claves, maracas, music boxes, clickers, bottles]
Hutcheson, Jere T.
Lament for a Lost Child
(Walton 2921, © 1974) [SATB + S (or boy S) solo, a cappella]
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