John Joubert

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Life

Born: 20 March 1927

Biography

Dr. John Joubert (born 20 March 1927) is a British composer of South African descent, particularly of choral works. He has lived in Moseley, a suburb of Birmingham, England, for over 40 years. A music academic at the universities of Hull and Birmingham for 36 years, Joubert took early retirement in 1986 to concentrate on composing and has remained active into his 80s. Though perhaps best known for his choral music, particularly the carols Torches and There is No Rose of Such Virtue and the anthem O Lorde, the Maker of Al Thing, Joubert has composed over 160 works including two symphonies; violin, piano and bassoon concertos; and seven operas.

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List of choral works

  • Torches (Op. 7a) 1951
  • O Lorde, the Maker of Al Thing (Op. 7b) 1952
  • There is No Rose of Such Virtue (Op. 14) 1954
  • Herefordshire Canticles (Op. 93) 1979)
  • A Hymne to God the Father (1987)
  • Rochester Triptych (Op. 139), 1997
Universal Nature (Op. 139)
Impartial Death (Op. 139)
Blest Glorious Man (Op. 126)
  • The Souls of the Righteous (Op. 142) 1999


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