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This setting of 'Mravalzhamier' uses music based on the Western classical tradition and is often used in church settings and at 'supra's or festival meals. It is always sung a capella and its title, 'C-duri' is from the German 'C Dur', which means C major. Obviously, if the makeup of your choir means that it would be better as an 'F-duri' Mravalzhamier, all you need to do is transpose the whole score up! To do that, simply click on the symbol of two flats above the score, and transpose it up the required amount. Or you could just print it out as is, and start at a higher pitch!
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