Love come among us

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The setting of this text was written for a competition run by St. Martin in the Fields in 2005. I decided to enter for the pure discipline and fun of it! My intention was to write a congregational tune which could be enhanced by a choir, and to create melodic lines which could be sung by different groups in the congregation… I should add that to suit my interpretation I reversed the order of the text for verses 2 and 3 and included repetition of the key words. I've uploaded it as it is sitting on my computer doing nothing! Should anyone wish to use it please let me know so that I can inform St. Martin in the Fields out of courtesy! Not my area of expertise I know!!

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Year of composition
Rosemary Lain Priestley & Liz Griffiths
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes

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