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This is an SATB setting of the well-known war poem by John McCrae; it comes from the larger work, "Sacrifices" (available on this website). The accompanying mp3 is a virtual performance by the Sibelius software. If you’re interested in the larger work ("Sacrifices") and would like to have a look at a copy of the full score, or acquire a set of instrumental parts (from the full orchestral score), please email the composer.

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