Choral score for the stand alone movement from Corlis’ larger work entitled Missa Pax. Commissioned the Elora Festival Singers and recorded on their Naxos recording, “I Saw Eternity.” Sincere thanks to Noel Edison for bringing this work to light.
Live recording from the premiere performance. Noel Edison conducting, James Campbell clarinet.
Performed by Luminous Voices, Calgary’s Professional Choral Ensemble
Timothy Shantz – director, Krishan Power – clarinet, Cheryl Emery – pianio, Meghan Prescott – Mezzo Soprano
This Video is The Senior High Mass Choir at Canadian Association of Mennonite Schools Festival Concert in Winnipeg in April, 2011. Directed by Dr. Elroy Friesen. Six High Schools represented in this choir. Recorded on a small and insufficient digital camera.
Elora Festival Singers perform Canadian composer Timothy Corlis’ Gloria (excerpt) at Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Choral Symposium Concert, February 1, 2014, at Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Conductor: Renata Dworak. Piano: James Bourne
Performed by the Carolyn Eynon Singers at Central United Methodist Church on Sunday, December 08, 2013.
The score, previously available from Cypress Choral Music, is available through Silent Dawn Publishing.
“Opening with Timothy Corlis’ ‘Gloria’…the choristers of the Elora Festival Singers invite listeners on a beguiling journey into the mystic.”
Chris Morgan, Scene Magazine, May 2012
“Gloria Patri by Timothy Corlis that is equal parts magical incantation and celebration in music.”
John Terauds, Music Toronto, May 2012
“The CD opens with a setting of the Gloria by Timothy Corlis. The choir’s opening fortissimo chord is impressively projected, but the music quickly winds down to a more tentative, gentler mood. Soon a piano enters with driving ostinato figures that inject greater energy and movement into the vocal writing.”
David A. McConnell, MusicWeb International, June 2012