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While never one of my personal favorites, this simple two-part anthem seems to have an uncanny ability to deeply touch both singers and listeners alike. Choir directors with baritones afraid of a high "E" may want to transpose this down a step. Feel free to listen to the .mp3 recording to get an idea of how this sounds sung by a real group. Permission to make copies for your group is included in the price of this score.
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