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Light and Gold (Collection)

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Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Eric Whitacre
Publisher Novello & Co.
Catalog # 14041366

Price: $15.95

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Light and Gold (Collection) Composed by Eric Whitacre. For SATB. Published by Novello & Co.. (Catalog # 14041366, UPC: 884088579104)

Eric Whitacre is one of the most popular and performed composers of his generation. His works are loved by choirs all over the globe, and he has won numerous composition awards. Whitacre is also in great demand as a conductor: his Virtual Choir was a massive YouTube hit, and his new professional choir, the Eric Whitacre Singers, forms the core ensemble for his disc Light & Gold on Decca Records, conducted by the composer himself. This book of pieces for mixed choir presents an inspiring selection from the disc, including: Lux Aurumque; The Seal Lullaby; A Boy and a Girl; I Will Wade Out; Hope, Faith, Life, Love; I Thank You God For Most This Amazing Day; Water Night; Nox Aurumque; Sleep.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOY AND A GIRL, A  
HOPE FAITH LIFE LOVE  
I THANK YOU GOD FOR MOST THIS AMAZING DA  
I WILL WADE OUT  
LUX AURUMQUE  
NOX AURUMQUE  
SEAL LULLABY, THE  
SLEEP  
WATER NIGHT  

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