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LORD'S PRAYER in Latin and English (singers and ensemble)

Composer
Year of composition
1999
Lyricist
anon.
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Large mixed ensemble
Instrumental parts
Not available

This new adaption of the Latin 'Pater Noster' (Our Father - The Lord's Prayer) is written so that the flute and guitar parts can be replaced with which instruments are available and preferred for their range. The piano part acts as the 'continuum', as often is the role of a harpsichord. The Latin verse is sung by a male singer (or male choir in unison) and the English verse is sung by a female singer (or female choir in unison). If needed, the English part may be translated into any language as desired. This composition is dedicated to the Rev. Father Christopher David before whom it was also premiered in the Our Lady of Victory Church in Davenport, Iowa, USA.

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