TENOR part from Strange

for Choir

Andrew D. Wood
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This music has been transposed from the original key.

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This is a choral piece that I composed on one of my own poems. I write a lot of poetry in my spare time, and every now and then I like to set them to music. This poem is a little unusual, as is the music i wrote for it. Filled with close harmonies and random jumps out of the key signature, it is an exciting, and in some places, chilling piece.

Lyrics: (c) 2014

And the strange was forward, and almost out of sight, and when I called it back to me, it showered painted gold. and the strange was outwards willing, and always in the trees, and when I told it of my plight, it soothed a million me’s.

And the strange traversed the lines, and went a forward true, and as it waved adieu to me, I knew that it was good. And the strange returned to me, and stroked upon my ghost, and with the strange is all the time that I enjoy the most.

<Andrew D. Wood>

Andrew D. Wood
6 minutes
Classical music
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