Authorship: Healey Willan
Composition Date: Composed March 1929
Scored For: SATB
Number of Pages: 4 p. Sketches, 4 p. and 1 p.
Notes About Music: For Easter or Feasts of Our Lady
From Liturgical Motets, No. 5
Words from the Song of Solomon ii
Holograph: National Library of Canada 4 p. Sketches, 4 p. and 1 p.
Publication: New York, Oxford University Press, ©1929. Vocal score with rehearsal piano, 4 p. Soprano part reprinted in Song to a Seagull, ed. by Robert Evans, Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1970, p. 31.
Recordings: Commercial recordings (Capitol T 6071; Capitol ST 6248; Centre College CC1-2; Hallmark ChS-3; St. Simon’s Church T 55562-3; SMM 0002, SMC 1002 and Audat WRC-204) and non-commercial recordings (CBC I.S. 11; CBC P.A.T. – 550727-2, 551012-1, 660408-1 and 661027-2; CMC 102, 432 and 480).
Score Available: C.F. Peters, or from JW Pepper.
The Stanford Chamber Chorale, under the direction of Stephen M. Sano, performs the motet "Rise Up, My Love, My Fair One," by Canadian composer Healey Willan (1880-1968).
This video was taken from the Chorale's fall 2011 concert, "There is Sweet Music Here," on December 3, 2011 in Stanford Memorial Church.
Flos Campi Early Music Ensemble, under the direction of Vicente Chavarria performs the motet "Rise Up, My Love, My Fair One," by Canadian composer Healey Willan (1880-1968). Video published on Jun 13, 2015. Not sure of the location of the concert.
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