Salve Regina, Op. 48 (Louie Madrid Calleja)

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  • CPDL #18867:     
Editor: Louie Madrid Calleja (submitted 2009-02-03).   Score information: Legal, 27 pages, 946 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Full score.
  • CPDL #18866:    Score information: Letter, 10 pages, 241 kB   
Edition notes: Piano-vocal score.
Instrumental parts:
– Flute 1:  
– Flute 2:  
– Oboe:  
– Bassoon:  
– Clarinets 1 & 2:  
– Clarinet 3:  
– Bass Clarinet:  
– Alto saxophone 1:  
– Alto saxophone 2:  
– Tenor Saxophone:  
– Baritone Saxophone:  
– Trumpet 1:  
– Trumpet 2:  
– French Horn 1:  
– French Horn 2:  
– Trombone 1:  
– Trombone 2:  
– Trombone 3/Euphonium:  
– Tuba:  
– Timpani:  
Editor: Louie Madrid Calleja (submitted 2009-02-03).   Copyright: Personal

General Information

Title: Salve Regina
Composer: Louie Madrid Calleja

Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: Soprano solo
Genre: SacredMotet

Language: Latin
Instruments: Wind ensemble

First published:

Description: Written for a colleague and friend during my student days at York University, my intention was to create a sacred work that also functions as a suitable concert aria. It is an obvious fact that the challenges concerning the combination of wind symphony and soprano are vast and the original 1995 score contained certain impracticalities that I have rectified in the current version.

The original 1995 version was premiered in the same year at the Scarborough Civic Centre by Measha Bruggergosman (née Gosman) and the Northdale Concert Band under the direction of Stephen Chenette.

External websites:

Northdale Concert Band (http://www.northdalemusic.com/ncb/)

Measha Brueggergosman (http://en.measha.com/)


Original text and translations

Original text and translations may be found at Salve Regina.