Basic Details

Title
Four Saints in Three Acts (abridged)
Availability
Available
Category
Vocal (Solo or Small Ensemble)
Instrumentation
SATB + Piano
Duration
45'
Publisher
G. Schirmer Inc.
Edition/Catalog #
Hal Leonard 50338540
Version Of
Four Saints in Three Acts (W1)

Cataloging Information

Copyright
©2006 G. Schirmer
Year Composed
1928
M.S. Location
The Virgil Thomson Papers at Irving S. Gilmore Music Library at Yale University
Cardell Number
n/a
Meckna Number
W1
External Links
Sales Link (at publisher)

Attachments

Original Cast and Role Information

Original Cast and Role Information

RolePremiere CastFach
St. Teresa IBeatrice Robinson-WayneSoprano
St. Teresa IIBruce HowardCountertenor
St. Ignatius LoyolaEdward MatthewsBaritone
St. ChavezEmbry BonnerTenor
St. SettlementSoprano
CompèreAbner DorseyBass
CommereAltonell HinesMezzo-soprano
St. StephenTenor
St. PlanRandolph RobinsonBass
St. SarahMezzo-soprano
Chorus of Named Saints (Act II)
St. AbsalomTenor
St. CeciliaSoprano
St. LawrenceBass
St. CelestineMezzo-soprano
St. JanBass
St. AnneMezzo-soprano
St. AnswersMezzo-soprano
St. GenevieveSoprano
St. EustaceBaritone
St. VincentSpeaking Role
St. PhillipBaritone
St. PlacideBass
Tenor SoloTenor
Related Works

Four Saints in Three Acts - Excerpts

Excerpts and works related to "Four Saints in Three Acts"

"Saints' Procession" (from Act III) for chorus (SATB) and pf. with solos for mezzo-soprano and bass (1928; G. Schirmer), or for men's chorus (TTBB) (ms.; See W72)

"Pigeons on the Grass Alas" (from Act III) for baritone and piano or for baritone and orchestra (1934; G. Schirmer; See W124)

Arranged by Paul Reuter as "Four Saints: an Olio for Chamber Orchestra," rev. version by Thomson (1984; G. Schirmer; See W59)

Also formerly available in abridged (45 min.) version (G. Schirmer)

Recordings