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Cross, The

Title: Cross, The
Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger: Young, William David
Catalog #: 32321
Series: H G Gray

Price: $1.95
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A perfect marriage of musical elements and text. Piano Sonata No. 14 in C# minor, Op. 27, No. 2 by Ludwig von Beethoven is popularly known as the "Moonlight" sonata. William David Young takes the exquisite cloth of this masterpiece and wraps it around the deeply moving text of William J. Sparrow-Simpson to create a musical meditation. They seem made for each other. Together they become more than the sum of their considerable parts. Suitable for Holy Week or any service with Eucharist, this work is one that you will return to often It is simply stunning.
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