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Stars Tonight 2-Part

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Commissioned by the Manhattan Concert Productions, this piece was premiered at Cargendie Hall in 2017. The use of Tibetan Bells and Wind Chimes provides an ethereal atmosphere that is echoed in the music and text. Originally written for young voices, this piece would also be effective by a treble choir of older voices. Its festival use has already become popular for any season. Easy to Medium in difficulty

Our Notes: A beautiful song with bells and chimes to create the sound of the stars and the universe. Really can get into the poetry of the music which makes this suitable for young high school choirs or mature elementary groups

Table of Contents:

Catalog: P1591
Publisher: Pavane
Composer: Herrington
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Arranger: Teasdale
Voicing: 2-Part
Level: 3
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SKU:  ae00-2590^P1591
Manufacturer Part #:  P1591

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