Choral Choir (SATB divisi) - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by D. M. Gardner. A Cappella,Christian. Octavo. 7 pages. D. M. Gardner Music #6661. Published by D. M. Gardner Music (A0.799627).
A tribute to the victims, families and heroes of September 11, 2001.
Embers is a powerful portrayal of hope found in faith, even in the midst of disaster and devastation. Beginning quietly with a tearful melody, rays of sunlight begin to pierce choking, gray dust and smoke that veil the massive debris of newly fallen towers. As the air begins to clear, the light of God's eternal hope emerges.
Premieres: September 2001 - Community Bible Church Choir, Omaha, Nebraska, November 2001 University of Nebraska at Omaha, University Chorus (revised a cappella) 2002 Selected to be read at the Nebraska Choral Directors Association, Summer Festival 2007 (SATBB and Piano)
Latin Text; SATB, Oboe (opt. Violin), & Cello
Includes: Combined Choir/Piano Score
Approx. 2 minutes and 56 seconds in length
To learn more about the composer, please visit https://www.dmgardner.com
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