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5266163
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5266163

They Could Not

For SATB Voices with Keyboard Accompaniment

By Ron Harris Claire Cloninger

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Mixed chorus Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Keyboard
For SATB Voices with Keyboard Accompaniment. Composed by Ron Harris Claire Cloninger. Arranged by Gary Hallquist. Choral. Piano reduction/vocal score. With Standard notation. 12 pages. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.CM8839).

Item Number: CF.CM8839

ISBN 0825854024. Key: A-flat major. Text: Claire Cloninger, Ron Harris.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Savannah, GA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • April 03, 2012 Great Arrangement

    The only other review so far mentions the fact the ending high note in the SATB version is not as high as the Solo version. I'm assuming that's why the reviewer gave it 3 stars. However, it sounds like a great climactic ending to me considering the ending...

    key. Besides, if you have a soprano that is able and willing to go up another third at the end it would make it even more awesome. You are not bound by the written notes. Furthermore, the orchestration is wonderful! Listen to the demo!!

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  • 3

    Anonymous
    Location:
    NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • November 08, 2007 Final high note not climactic

    This arrangement doesn't build the way it does as a solo. The final high note is only an f...and the choir sings a g earlier on in the piece. In the solo...final note is an A...and the effect is very uplifting.

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