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setting of a humorous anonymous poem, a growing frustration is felt as the gentleman realizes he is doomed to psychological castration as his lady’s caffinated preferences are steeped upon him until he resolutely accepts his enforced asexuality. The work is scored for 1st & 2nd tenors, baritones and basses, with some divisi. I’d recommend 16 voices minimum though it can be performed with as few as eight. With twelve voices it may best work by borrowing neighboring voices for divisi parts where available. Because synthesized voices leave so much to be desired, I’ve scored the document with brass to get a cleaner sound in this midi environment. It is best to listen to the attached mp3 for the cleanest possible aural experience at this time.
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