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It Was A Lover and His Lass

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Hughes/Loose
Publisher Santa Barbara Music Publishing
Catalog # SBMP1030

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It Was A Lover and His Lass Composed by Hughes/Loose. For SATB. Published by Santa Barbara Music Publishing. (Catalog # SBMP1030, UPC: 608938358202)

This piece can do well on its own merit, or it can be joined by two others in a unique Shakespeare suite--each piece being for a different voicing. To perform all three, divide the SATB choir. The women get their turn first with "Sigh No More, Ladies" (SBMP1028); next, the men perform "Take, O Take Those Lips Away" (SBMP1029); and finally all join in with "It Was a Lover and His Lass." Clever writing abounds for both the voices and the piano. Add a bit of staging to make the performance extra special.

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