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The Magnificat

The Magnificat score uses the Classical King James Version for the text. Accompaniment is Acoustic Guitar and Acoustic Bass. played in an arpeggio style that will remain true to the harmonies and rhythms that are written. The score should be sung by a young women's choir or 12 to 16 voices that represent the young friends of Mary as she performs a folk dance to the music. Setting: the Medieval time period.

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