Mascagni: Easter Hymn (from Cavalleria Rusticana) for Choir SSATTB and Piano
The grand Easter Hymn, scored for pretty much the whole cast of the opera, starts with just a solo organ playing from inside the church nearby. Then we hear an unaccompanied choir singing (in Latin) the beginning of the service – ‘Regina coeli, laetare’ – with the voices of the congregation responding ‘Alleluja!’. The choir sings two more phrases and the congregation responds. All this is out of sight.
Piano Accompaniment, Soprano Voice, Alto Voice, Tenor Voice, Bass Voice, SATB, For SSATTB and piano (for Rehearsal)
Romantic Period, Opera, Sacred, Easter, Recital
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