I know that river which flows for ever (version with harp & cello)

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This version of the motet 'I know that river which flows for ever' is for children's voices, harp and cello. It is a setting of words, translated from St. John of the Cross, suitable for the Eucharist or concerts.

Score ID
Year of composition
St. John of the Cross (tr. Kathleen Jones)
Difficult (Grades 7+)
5 minutes
Classical music
Instrumental parts
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