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July 23rd

JUST ONE MONTH – Excellence in Choral Literature!

Stanton’s Sheet Music is pleased to announce our 21st annual Excellence in Choral Literature Clinic on Saturday August… read more

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Why We Sing

Title: Why We Sing
Voicing/Format: 2 Part
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Composer: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: 35025876

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This powerful, original ballad by Greg Gilpin is stunning in lyric and song. A simple unison beginning builds to an ending with full choral presence and moving descant. “A sound of hope, a sound of peace, a sound that celebrates and speaks what we believe ... this is why we sing, why we lift our voice.” This will be your power ballad for the year and with the full orchestration available or CD accompaniment track, your singers and audience will literally be moved to tears. An outstanding choral work! Available separately: SATB, SAB, TBB, SSAA, 2-part, Orchestration, StudioTrax CD.
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