Through the void, an angel’s cry

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Full details

This piece was transcribed for solo soprano from the choral work, ’Sing to me, sing’ which was commissioned by Uppingham Choral Society for their 50th anniversay in 2009. It takes its title from a line in the poem by Hilary Spiers (www.hilaryspiers.co.uk) which points out the need for stillness and calm in our lives in order to regenerate our inherent spirituality. The setting is unashamedly melodic, and the interval of a fourth is important throughout.


Score ID
88776
Composer
Year of composition
2009
Lyricist
Hilary Spiers
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
6 minutes
Instrumentation
Voice + keyboard
Genre
Classical music
Licensing

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