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"As I Sit in Heaven" Piano and solo voice Intermediate
Hazel Birdsall who wrote this beautiful poem which has been used all over the world, has given me written permission to set it to music. After analysing the poem it is obviously clear that it is to be used for church services, funerals, memorials or anything where the need arises.
I wanted to produce an element of reflection, whilst hopefully bring comfort in the music to compliment Hazel's lovely poem.
It is scored for piano and solo voice, but can easily be adapted for duets, quartets, choirs with some musical skill, it could even be used as an instrumental interlude. The accompaniment need not be restricted to piano only, as I have included chords charts for this purpose.
The midi file features a more fuller version and has a flute for the lead line
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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