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Lumiere

Lumiere
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Handbells 3-5 Octaves
Composer Gramann, Fred
Publisher American Guild of English Hb Ringer
Grade 4

Price: $4.50

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #AG35174

UPC code: 024257003461

Lumiere means "light" in French, and appropriately, the two massive Sw chords beginning this piece are intended to depict Genesis 1:4; "and God separated the light from the darkness." The first chord represents the flickering, primordial ray of light, and the second chord, the chaotic darkness. Co-existing at first, the Sw's bring these two elements in and out of focus, until at last, the light gains the victory.

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