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'Gospodine smiluj se' is a Croatian expression for 'Kyrie eleison' - the first movement of the Ordinarium missae which in English means 'Lord, have mercy'.
The music is in a some kind of rock/pop style and is written for 1-part children choir/group, for liturgical use. It could also be performed by a solo voice.
The piano part is only an example and is not obligatory. There are many possibilities for accompaniment-piano solo, guitars, band or whatever you like. Feel free to improvise it.
I also included the Latin version of lyrics so the foreigners could perform the piece, too.
I hope you will enjoy it!
The shorter version of the piece is also available (have a look at www.sibeliusmusic.com/cgi-bin/show_score.pl?scoreid=61308&storeid=-1).
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