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Renaissance Women (Collection)

Title: Renaissance Women (Collection)


Voicing/Format: SSA
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: East, Michael
Arranger: Leavitt, John
Catalog #: 08596810
Description: A Cappella Price: $3.95

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This collection is a fantastic resource for introducing the music of the Renaissance to your women's choir. The five well-known and representative works are: How Merrily We Live (Michael East), Sonatemi un balleto (Giovanni Gastoldi), Je le vous dirai! (Pierre Certon), Mein Feinslieb (Johann Jeep), Tanzen und Springen (Hans Leo Hassler).
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