Voice, Flute, Horn, Violin, Tuned percussion (marimba, glockenspiel, tubular bells), Harp - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Stephen Lanigan-O'Keeffe. Instructional, Broadway, Secular, Renaissance, 21st Century. Score. Stephen Lanigan-O'Keeffe #SLOK002. Published by Stephen Lanigan-O'Keeffe (S0.3527).
Item Number: S0.3527
Instructional, Broadway, Secular, Renaissance, 21st Century.
"This is a beautiful and haunting setting of Ariel's song, ""Full Fathom Five"", from William Shakespeare's ""The Tempest"". Evoking the strange sound world of the island, it can be performed as part of a full production of ""The Tempest"" or as a separate piece. It is ideal for secondary school or music college chamber ensembles and is also available for voice and piano.".
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