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La tulipe ou la rose - SATB

La tulipe ou la rose - SATB

(Code: A110410046)

This piece was first written for an equal voice choir (ref. ACJ 9293.) Alexandre Rydin said: “Dès que je découvris les beaux et joyeux poems d’Omar Khayam, je n’ai pas hésité un instant pour composer un morceau pour choeur sur les savoureux quatrains de ce poète qui vécut autour de 1050 au Moyen-Orient. Tout est joie de vivre dans ces pages! La métaphore est suggestive, la fleur, la tulipe ou la rose, Khayam l’évoque avec gourmandise, ‘le verre de vin, la jolie comme la tulipe, les soupirs du matin.’” (Ever since I discovered the beautiful and joyful poems by Omar Khayam, I did not wait to compose a choir song with those amazing quatrains. The poet lived in the 1050s in the Middle East. Every page exudes joie de vivre, metaphors are suggestive, and Omar Khayam mention the flower, the tulip, and the rose with sweetness. “glass of wine, the belle like the tulip, morning sighs.”)
This piece is rather tonal, tempo is fast and rhythm is simple. It can easily be performed by an amateur choir.

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This piece was first written for an equal voice choir (ref. ACJ 9293.) Alexandre Rydin said: “Dès que je découvris les beaux et joyeux poems d’Omar Khayam, je n’ai pas hésité un instant pour composer un morceau pour choeur sur les savoureux quatrains de ce poète qui vécut autour de 1050 au Moyen-Orient. Tout est joie de vivre dans ces pages! La métaphore est suggestive, la fleur, la tulipe ou la rose, Khayam l’évoque avec gourmandise, ‘le verre de vin, la jolie comme la tulipe, les soupirs du matin.’” (Ever since I discovered the beautiful and joyful poems by Omar Khayam, I did not wait to compose a choir song with those amazing quatrains. The poet lived in the 1050s in the Middle East. Every page exudes joie de vivre, metaphors are suggestive, and Omar Khayam mention the flower, the tulip, and the rose with sweetness. “glass of wine, the belle like the tulip, morning sighs.”)
This piece is rather tonal, tempo is fast and rhythm is simple. It can easily be performed by an amateur choir.