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Eric Whitacre: Light and Gold~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)

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Eric Whitacre's choral music has become a worldwide musical sensation. His CD release, Light & Gold, on Decca Records, presents a new collection of works conducted by the composer himself.

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Eric Whitacre: Collection~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)
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Collection of choral works for SATB choir. This a cappella collection of pieces for mixed choir by Eric Whitacre is the first available printed music compilation of its kind for the composer.

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Eric Whitacre: A Boy and A Girl~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)

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Eric Whitacre's A Boy and A Girl set for SATB double chorus a cappella. Based upon a text by Octavio Paz, this is a smooth and tender work for choirs.

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Eric Whitacre: A Boy And A Girl (Full Score)~ Score (String Orchestra)

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Written based on a poem of the same title by Octavio Paz, A Boy and a Girl is Whitacre at his finest, with the composer himself describing four measures as "the truest notes I've ever written".


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