PATEWO music sheet is taken from the Oratorio ‘Obangiji’ composed by Dr. Dayo Oyedun and the word PATEWO means “Clap Your Hand” is very beautiful classical music. Here you will download the Patewo music sheet for FREE and also a little Biography about the handsome man behind the music.
Brief Dayo Oyedun Biography [PATEWO music sheet Composer]
Dayo Oyedun as a twentieth-century composer is both a neo-classical music composer along with a nationalist. This is only because his style follows the masters of the Baroque and Classical periods (Handel, Bach, Mozart), consciously refusing the impressionism of the Romantic era.
Dr. Dayo Oyedun was born in Abeokuta, Western Nigeria, into a musical family from Ogbomosho, Oyo state (also in Western Nigeria.)
He was born on May 21st, 1972, at 4:35(pm), at the famous Government Hospital, mainly known as General Teaching Hospital Abeokuta.
At the time of his birth, the attending middle wife discovered that the movement of his ﬁngers created this opinion” wai!!! See just how quickly his ﬁngers conduct; he will probably be an excellent pianist.
His father, Gabriel Bamidele Oyedun, was a top Baptist organist, who served as the principal organist playing the church pipe organ in First Baptist Church Ijaye in Abeokuta from 1968-to 1978, and afterward, as the organist of Oritamefa Baptist Church from the year 1978 – to 1996.
Dayo commenced his main schooling at Baptist Day School at Idi-Aba Abeokuta in the year 1976. Dayo’s primary education was interrupted in the year 1978 when his daddy, once lectured at Baptist Ladies College, Idi-Aba, was moved to Ibadan, Oyo State, after the creation of states in the year 1978. Later he completed his primary education in Abadina primary school and staﬀ school, University of Ibadan (U.I.).
He began his secondary education at Loyola School Ibadan from the year 1983-to 1985. However, he later moved to the International School, the University of Ibadan, from 1986 to 1990. His manuscript at an international School reads, “Oyedun Dayo was an asset for the School Choir and also a very important single indeed.
Between the years 1990-1994, ‘He studied Biochemistry at a famous University, Obafemi Awolowo Ile – Ife; also afterward gained entrance to read Medicine at the University of Ibadan in the year 1995 and finished his health care training in 2002/2003.
He commenced his post-graduate instruction in Anatomy in the year 2008. Throughout his schooling, dayo had been in the school choir. He started as a member of this choir in staﬀ college.
He was the bandleader group at College Loyola. Later he became a tenor singer and accompanist at the International College Ibadan. During his undergraduate period at the University of Ibadan (U.I)., he was a tenor singer and accompanist.
Brief on His Musical Training
Day o commenced his musical practice with his dad, who launched him into hymns playing at four. Being of Baptist history/background, his dad would make him always practice hymns at diﬀerent keys (one key a month).
He later commenced a violin lesson with Professor Isaac Grillo, a Professor of Surgery, and renounced Baptist Violinist. He bought Dayo his ﬁrst violin and could make him always practice scales, hymns, and violin solos. He began studying recorders and mouthpieces/organs in primary and secondary school.
He also joined the recorder outfit/ensemble at Loyola College Ibadan, also climbed from the regular member to the bandleader. He chased playing the recorder and mouth organ using scared Songs Beneath the Tutorage of Mr. Eyinade (an instructor ).
Dayo started rudiments of music courses with people whose names must be mentioned below. He registered for a related Board of Royal School of Music (ABRSM) grade in theory and practice in 1981. He passed with a good grade of distinction in the year 1982-1989. He sat 2-8 departures using distinctions all through.
At various stages of the ABRSM piano grade music exams, ” he had been beneath the tutor-age of the following music teachers: His dad, Mr. G.B.Oyedun,” Mr. Sapon, who was a Ghanaian and at then, was the music teacher in U.I. Staﬀ School, Mr. Philip along with Emmanuel Boamah, Mrs. AmorelleInanga,” (L.RSM), the former music teacher in the International School, University of Ibadan,” Dr. Mrs. Miller (M-Mus, B.Mus) and late Esq Olaolu Omibiyi.
Dayo’s fascination with choral functions was ravaged by several factors, as stated below.1. This steadily built up his vulnerability and interests infamous compositions such as “Hallelujah,” “Also the Glory,” “Gloria,” and” O Thou That Tallest”.2 He was keen on attending classrooms, getting inspiration, and earning mentors.
Oyedun Dayo as a composer
His compositions got him Nearer to Professor Mrs. Mosunmola OmibiyiObidike, Also a Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Ibadan.
Oyedun Dayo wrote operas these as”Juliana,” “Pirate of Both Badagry” and also”The Moon and I.” He composed cantatas which are: “college cantata,” “Queen’s Cantata,” “The Palm-Wine Cantata,” “Golden Bells of both Parriel,” along with “Hospital Cantata.” Dayo oratorios comprise “Iyin”, “Obangiji” and “Patewo”. His anthems include “Cathedral anthems.” His symphony includes “Symphony.”
He composed and ordered the”College of Medicine Anthems” when studying in the same school. Altogether, Dayo has written at least 600 music works,s and is still composing to date. I will now cover my pen at this stage of the Biography.
Now presenting to you “PATEWO,” one of his best works and popularly performed among the best church choristers in the state. You can watch the performed video below:
The above video had been performed with the Sanctuary Choir of Oritamefa Baptist Church, Ibadan, conducted by Dr. Dayo Oyedun and followed closely by Temitope Amao. There are many beautiful Yoruba classical as well such as Iya music sheet by Yemi Akinpelu and Messiah Babami Music sheet by Ayo Oluranti.
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