[Eaton] The End of It
by John Eaton
Chamber Orchestra - Digital Sheet Music

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Chamber Orchestra - Digital Download

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Composed by John Eaton. Contemporary. Score and parts. 72 pages. American Composers Alliance Inc. #4631953. Published by American Composers Alliance Inc. (A0.952949).

Seven songs for soprano with flute (doubling piccolo, alto flute, and bass flute), clarinet, percussion, harp, piano, and strings, sectioned as a pierrot+ ensemble, string quartet, soprano, and harp. Includes: Holy Sonnet V (John Donne), Leaving the Party (Karen Swenson), Holy Sonnet III (John Donne), Styx Pier (Karen Swenson), Circumambulating Mount Kailash (Karen Swenson), Father Death (Frederick Borsch), Excerpt from "Paradiso" (Dante).

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