Brian Blyth Daubney
About the composer
Brian Blyth Daubney was born in 1929 and studied in Leicester with Benjamin Burrows, on whom he wrote a M Phil thesis in 1980. He was editor, and later chairman, of the British Music Society. Until his retirement in 1982 he was Principal Lecturer in Music at the Simon de Monfort University in Leicester, after which he was an examiner for the London College of Music until 1999. Being fully retired now, he devotes his time to writing music and poetry.
About the Stabat Mater
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, choir and organ.
According to the information I received the Stabat Mater is divided in 15 parts. In the synthesized performance that I have, it is music that is easy to listen to, without heavy dissonances.
The "Vatican"-version of the text is followed, but for stanzas 16-18 the "Analecta"-version is used.
|CD :||CDR sent to me by Mr. Blyth Daubney|
|About this CD:|
Not a live performance, but a synthesized sound performance, Sibelius-notation file.
|Code:||2002 (Blyth 01)|