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I Loved A Lass

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format TTBB
Composer Donald Bailey
Publisher Gentry Publications
Catalog # 08748579

Price: $2.25

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I Loved A Lass Composed by Donald Bailey. For TTBB. Published by Gentry Publications. (Catalog # 08748579, UPC: 884088237066)

Using a poem by George Wither (1588-1667), Donald Bailey, Professor of Music at Baylor University, has created the perfect piece for male chorus. In a folk song lament, the singers share the sad tale of losing the woman they love. But, having learned their lesson and despite their mistrust of all women, they are always reassured of carrying on as they sing "falero, lero, loo."

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