Piano part from TITLE064PA Op. 10, No. 1 Choral Arrangement

Mustard Seed

page one of the Piano part from TITLE064PA Op. 10, No. 1 Choral Arrangement

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Chorals become more complex as the number increases. In the beginning I was just trying to learn how to do these. In this first choral I approach the matter as a counterpoint exercise, although B is freer than A. I do not have lyrics for most chorals because I don’t know how to handle this yet. Part of me is hoping that choral masters will write words compatible to their own faith doctrines. But I will develop something generic down the road if this idea does not work. Album: Choral Canticles, Suite No 10: Choral Study I.

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