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Carmina Juventutis (Songs of Youth)

Carmina Juventutis (Songs of Youth)

Product Number: 4906

Composer: Conte, David



Divided into three movements, this work explores and celebrates youthful experiences. The first movement,"Student Song," comes from"Carmina Burana" and warns that"Life passes swiftly away when absorbed in study; tender youth is a time to be merry." The second song,"Love Song," from the 11th C. Cambridge Songs, celebrates spring and its poignant beauty"While I see all this...I am sighs in midst of all this rejoicing." The final movement is a drinking song from the 12th century. It is ideally suited for a men's chorus concert performance.

Additional Information

Product Number 4906
Composer Conte, David
Voicing & Instruments TTBB, 4-Hand Piano
Language of Text Latin
Historical Period 21st Century
Recording Credits University of Michigan Men's Glee Club, Jerry Blackstone, conductor
Publisher E. C. Schirmer Music Company

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