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Title: Seasons (A Choral Song Cycle) Related Products See More…
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Beck, Andy
Catalog #: 28721
Celebrate the seasons with this stunning 15-minute work. Each choral movement captures the beauty, the wonder, and the splendor of nature, with strong melodic writing, vivid poetry, and distinctive harmonic progressions. Obvious text painting creates a colorful tone picture, and innate musicality garners expressive singing from all choirs. The well-crafted piano parts provide a complete and textured accompaniment, or add the string quartet (available on the SoundTrax CD or SoundPax) for another shimmering layer. Sure to be a successful and satisfying choral experience at any time of year. Songs include: Celebrate the Seasons * The Snow Begins to Fall * Welcome, Spring * Arise (Summer Has Now Begun) * Autumn.
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