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Howard Skempton: Song's Eternity


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Soprano (SOP(2))
Composer: Howard Skempton
Series: New Horizons
Catalogue #: 9780193371811
ISBN: 9780193371811
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Skempton's simple and reflective setting of John Clare's poem was commissioned by the Aldeburgh Festival and composed for The Abbey Chapel Choir, Woodbridge. With its fluid changes of time signature and unusual harmonic inflections, Song's Eternity evokes a sound-world unique to Skempton. The modest scoring and simple movement within the parts make the work accessible to all upper-voice or treble choirs looking to try something new.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 30/03/2011
Format: Vocal Score
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press

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