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Jocelyn Hagen

Jocelyn Hagen12/13/2018 at 3:45pm

Error at the print shop!
I have 34 beautiful copies of “Moon Goddess” and I’d love to ship them to a conductor with a fabulous SSAA choir! I will take a smiley emoji as payment. Message me if you’re interested. 🙂
I have to go to the post office tomorrow ANYWAY…. 🙂

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Jocelyn Hagen shared Glass City Singers's post.12/12/2018 at 10:16am

A beautiful performance of “April and the Sun” by the Glass City Singers! 😊

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Glass City Singers

We hope you enjoy our performance of “April and the Sun” by Jocelyn Hagen from our Concert #4 (available from Graphite Publishing).
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Jocelyn Hagen shared Angelica Cantanti Youth Choirs's live video.12/10/2018 at 8:35am

I started my morning by listening to this INCREDIBLE performance of “Starting Now” by the Angelica Cantanti Youth Chorus, under the direction of Philip Brown. Absolutely stunning. If you need a quick pick me up this morning, or something to start your day on a high note (!) go to 35:25, and listen. 🙂

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Angelica Cantanti Youth Choirs

2018 Winter Concert
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Jocelyn Hagen12/08/2018 at 10:12am

Wrapping? Baking Christmas cookies? In need of some new Christmas music? 🙂

Check out my holiday playlist!

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Jocelyn Hagen shared The Choir Project's post.12/07/2018 at 8:29am

Still one of my favorite arrangements. 🙂

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The Choir Project

Most conductors will seek out and appreciate ‘fresh’ versions of classic, traditional, or historic December melodies, such as the ancient “Veni Emmanuel” chant. This concert setting of “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” by Jocelyn Hagen is both mysterious and vibrant. The first two verses have overlapping fragments of the melody, initially by chorus then by soloists over a lush choral background, leading into a resounding “rejoice!” refrain. As the composer explains: “The true climax occurs in m. 64, when the choir unites in homophonic texture to sing “O come, Desire of nations, bind all peoples in one heart and mind; Bid envy, strife and discord cease; fill the whole world with heaven’s peace.” The score ends with a gentle and very haunting, breathless close. A personal favorite Advent score of mine! ✨
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Jocelyn Hagen12/06/2018 at 8:59am

This morning I’m sitting down to engrave this new piece, “Perception,” the 8th movement to my multimedia symphony. There’s three minutes of music on this page! (But I know I’m the only one who can decipher it.)

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