This could be the most beautiful piece yet written by Richard Burchard. It certainly deserves a standing equal to the other great settings of this text over the years. Opening with just the chant line the
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This a cappella setting includes a soprano solo voice that begins the piece alone, and ends it over the choir's soft voices. A very tonal setting that permits the dissonances to occur naturally as voices
They are the words to the famous English carol you expect, but the music is a pleasant surprise. The rolling piano part is reminiscent of a harp and sets the dance in motion. The vocal lines are buoyant and
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