Georges Bizet (Arranged by Malcolm Crane)
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page one of the Baritone Solo part from DEEP INSIDE THE SACRED TEMPLE
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Deep Inside The Sacred Temple comes from the opera "The Pearl Fishers" by Georges Bizet and is thus better known as the duet from "The Pearl Fishers". It is one of the most celebrated duets in all opera.

Two friends meet up in later life and reminisce about the illicit love they shared with one of the temple's priestesses - who is still very much alive in their imagination!

Some of the longer recitative sections have been omitted whilst retaining the much loved main themes and it has been given a contemporary lift.

There also versions for just the two soloists and piano as well as a fuller version for 2 Keyboards, bass, percussion and optional S.A.T.B. chorus.

Georges Bizet (Arranged by Malcolm Crane)
4 minutes
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