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Secular Choral Concert Music (6)
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I Walked the Boulevard I Walked the Boulevard (No. 1 from "The City and the Sea")
Eric Whitacre - Chester Music

White key clusters in the piano create a rhythmic framework for the playful vocals that are sung in unison declamation, or that ricochet, one part to another, in this e.e. cummings setting, vividly portraying... view details
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The Moon Is Hiding in Her Hair The Moon Is Hiding in Her Hair (No. 2 from "The City and the Sea")
Eric Whitacre - Chester Music

This languorous setting of the e.e. cummings text features a chaconne-like left-hand pattern in the piano, along with right-hand cluster chords and legato vocal phrases in octaves, to create a meditative... view details
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Maggie and Milly and Molly and May Maggie and Milly and Molly and May (No. 3 from "The City and the Sea")
Eric Whitacre - Chester Music

With characteristic clusters, broken into arpeggios for this movement, this playful work features delightful wordplay and simple fun! ... view details
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As Is the Sea Marvelous As Is the Sea Marvelous (No. 4 from "The City and the Sea")
Eric Whitacre - Chester Music

This tender setting creates an image of the ebb and flow of the sea, through pulsating parallel cluster chords in the piano and long legato vocal phrases. ... view details
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Little Man in a Hurry Little Man in a Hurry (No. 5 from "The City and the Sea")
Eric Whitacre - Chester Music

Full of colorful contrasts, this final movement from "The City and the Sea" dances with fun and humor! The rhythmic wordplay and deconstructed syllables of the e.e. cummings poem hurtle ever faster to the... view details
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The Seal Lullaby The Seal Lullaby
Eric Whitacre - Chester Music

"Ah, weary wee flipperling, curl at thy ease! The storm shall not wake thee, nor shark overtake thee, asleep in the arms of the slow-swinging seas..." This charming poem by Rudyard Kipling is the inspiration... view details
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