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This is a setting of Donne’s famous prayer. The style of the music is tonal and there is more than a hint of the music of the past. The striking key changes are an important ingredient in the work.
This is the original version of my setting of ’Bring us, O Lord God’ and is scored for four-part choir, with divisions. Although fairly straightforward on the whole, this piece offers a rewarding challenge for choirs that can sing with confidence unaccompanied, and that can also sing with each line divided in two (SSAATTBB).
A four-part version of the piece is available for choirs that cannot cope with the divisions of the vocal lines.
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