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Lo How A Rose E' Er Blooming

Lo How A Rose E' Er Blooming
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Publisher Santa Barbara Music Publishing
Arranger Koepke, Allen

Price: $1.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #SBMP1033

UPC code: 608938358233

This is not your garden variety "Lo, How a Rose!" In eight parts much of the time, it innocently begins--and dramatically ends--with four treble soloists. The main structure of the piece is antiphonal as the men alternate with the women. A stunning arrangement, this setting would be a fine centerpiece for a Christmas concert.

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