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Your Unfailing Love (Psalm 33)

Year of composition
Amanda Wilson
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
5 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Instrumental parts
Not available

This is a piece based on the traditional Psalm chant structure of: antiphon; line one melody, line 2 melody, (repeated till last line); end line melody; doxology; antiphon. It differs from the traditional chant in the use of the antiphon during the piece, somewhat like a chorus. It also differs in that the piano accompianment is used to give musical variation with some rythmic and melodic deviations to highlight the text. The result is a piece which I believe is still in the contemplative style whithout being too repetitive.

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