:041 Opus: Mary’s Plea


Joseph Virgilio
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Mary’s Plea was written for a dear friend, a college pal. Initially meant for the Christmas eve celebration, it can be used in any setting. The text reveals the events immediately leading up to the birth of our savior, Jesus, from the ’human’ Mary’s perspective. While recounting the events as we accept them, I have endeavored to imagine what the expecting mother may have been thinking and feeling as the birth drew near.

The current posting lowers the key for easier execution of the highest notes making the piece available to more singers (though the demo recording is in the original key)

Score ID
Year of composition
Joseph Virgilio
Joseph Virgilio
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Classical music

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