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Choirs will love the rhythmic drive and energy of this meaningful composition. The Ojibway text means "Come in, two-legged beings. Come in all people. There is good life here." A wonderful opening
"I shot an arrow into the air, It fell to earth, I know not where;" You've heard the famous poem by H.W. Longfellow but you've never heard it rendered with such class. This is a golden nugget for
With long phrases and lush harmonies, this a cappella anthem is colorful and well conceived. The vocal parts divide and there is some mixed meter. Subtle and effective!
A favorite Nova Scotia Latin canticle with a simple harmonic arrangement solo for tenor or unison tenor section.
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