Choral Choir (SATB divisi) - Level 3 - Digital Download
By OneRepublic. By Ryan Tedder. Arranged by Eric Hagmann. A Cappella. Octavo. 6 pages. Eric Hagmann #3877961. Published by Eric Hagmann (A0.796814).
An SATB w/ divisi + solo contemporary a cappella arrangement of "Come Home" by OneRepublic feat. Sara Bareilles. Blending the opportunity to feature a pair of soloists along with your full ensemble, this arrangement explores some of the tight harmony that you might hear in an Imogen Heap song. While challenging at times, the voice leading flows smoothly from chord to chord which will give your singers a chance to test their ears and their mindfulness of other parts. This song works great as a duet between any type of voice who can handle the range.
A note: when a consonant is marked in parentheses such as the (n) or (m), the singers should close to that consonant to produce almost a humming type of tone.
Try it with your advancing high school or college ensemble - a great piece to fill your set!
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