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“The Lady Oriana Was dight all in the treasures of Guiana; And on her Grace a thousand graces tended: And thus sang they, fair Queen of peace and plenty; The fairest queen of twenty: Then with an olive wreath, for peace renowned, Her virgin head they crowned: Which ceremony ended, Unto her Grace the thousand graces bended. Then sang the shepherds and nymphs of Diana, Long live fair Oriana.”
A 16th Century composition by John Wilbye originally composed as a Madrigal set for six voices (SSATTB).
This arrangement is for Concert Band. Extra optional parts for Horns in Eb and Basses in Eb and Bb are included.
The only percussion parts are for Glockenspiel and Timpani.
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