The first of Schenker's three songs for women's choir a cappella (op. 8) and based on a poem by Eduard Mrike Agnes tells the story of a girl jilted by her lover.
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"At the Shrine of the Rose" by Francis Richter was written in 1920 for the Shriners' national convention that was held in Portland Oregon. The march was dedicated to the El Kadar Temple in Portland for that
"Be Still My
This beautiful aria by Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel has been attributed to J. S. Bach as BWV 508. This setting for solo flute and handbell choir is perfect for a meditative moment in liturgical or concert
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