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It may be viewed as a prologue announcing the intent of the two choirs to sing antiphonally about the miracle performed by the Lord.
What antiphonal psalmody was in a concrete descriptive sense remains a puzzle for music historians,(76) but there is no mistaking the atmosphere surrounding its early history, as Arian partisans went about the cities at night hymning antiphonally, to be met on subsequent nights by the orthodox bearing silver crosses and wax tapers, and singing their rival Christian antiphons.
Calls were presented antiphonally, each call at a rate of 1 call/2 sec.
Mabou Mines, the collective these days composed of Lee Breuer, Ruth Maleczech, Fred Neumann and Terry O'Reilly, communicates antiphonally, not individually.
My priority was to make a colourful, dramatic piece, with plenty of movement - so I decided to split Ex Cathedra into two choirs that could move around the space and respond to each other antiphonally and as smaller groups.
The content of psalms such as these, in whole or in part, can be rendered for congregational recitation or chanting, antiphonally or responsively, in corporate worship services that give expression to communal lament.
The only difference that would strike the casual listener to a performance from Hogwood's edition is the dramatic addition of lightning-like effects in "Spring," with the second violins antiphonally filling the customary gaps.
Much material suggests that Hallel was recited antiphonally, with the leader reciting the first half of the verse and the assembled group reciting the second half or making a slightly different response.
On the level of form, electronic and polyphonic-choral sections alternate antiphonally, interrupting the continuous course of the electronic part, which is organized over the whole of E's duration according to a spectrum with odd formants--see Examples 3 and 7.
All [accounts] focus on the sense of power produced by the overlapping of the leader's voice with the voices of the chorus as they engaged with each other antiphonally.
Now we could clearly hear and see musical motifs shifting between the antiphonally separated sections.