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Let Nature Sing (Bk/Cd)
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Let Nature Sing (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format All Voice
Desc Bk W/Mp3 Audio
Composer Ruth Elaine Schram
Arranger Lynn Shaw Bailey
Publisher Brilee Music Publishing Co
Catalog # BLB008

Price: $24.99

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Product Description

Let Nature Sing (Bk/Cd) Composed by Ruth Elaine Schram. Arranged by Lynn Shaw Bailey. For All Voice. Published by Brilee Music Publishing Co. (Catalog # BLB008, UPC: 672405000086)

Here is the fifth volume of a series of solo songs for young singers. It contains a wide variety of songs, from spirituals and folksongs to originally composed works, all by female composers. Selected with the treble voice in mind, songs with narrow ranges of six and seven notes progress to songs that expand the range as the voice develops. The nature of the selections is to challenge the voice, not to tax it, to develop its expressive capabilities, not to over-extend it.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING FARNELL, LAURA  
I KNOW WHERE I'M GOIN' COURTNEY, VICKI TUCK  
LA PALOMA (THE DOVE) RENTZ, EARLENE  
NIGHT WINDS FARNELL, LAURA  
OH SHENANDOAH SCHRAM, RUTH ELAINE  
PURE WHITE OWL RENTZ, EARLENE  
SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE A MOTHERLESS CHILD BAILEY, LYNN SHAW  
SONG THAT NATURE SINGS, THE SCHRAM, RUTH ELAINE  
THERE'S AN AIR OF JOY IN THE MEADOW BAILEY, LYNN SHAW  
THIS MORNING PARADISE COURTNEY, VICKI TUCK  

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