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:023 Opus: Love Come Among Us

LEFT TO IT’S OWN DEVICES (pun intended) THE SCORCH PLAYBACK IS DOING IT’S OWN THING. PLEASE REFERENCE THE MP3 FOR AURAL REPRESENTATION!

Setting of text provided for the 2005 carol competition sponsored by the St. Martin-In-The-Fields & BBC4, a work I enjoyed writing and which I enjoy continually tweaking (apologies to all who may have taken previous copies).

The original concept was for an SATB work with optional congregation participation. I’d later determined the work to function better in a unison setting (as expressed in the part marked congregation), with the choir optional. The unison melody is well suited as an anthem for all voices. The score includes all parts while the mp3 playback expresses the current version - unison voices (though the very ending does include the choir voice parts).

The mp3 playback is simply a digital representation using the GPO Baroque Plenum patches. A judicious organist will recognized a need to be more creating when choosing registrations . . .

the posting includes the text as SMITF has stated it is permissible to use it in any performance

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