In Paradisum
Choir - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20416945
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In Paradisum
Choir - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20416945
4.6 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Choral Choir (SATB) - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.939464

Composed by David Hawkins. Contemporary. Octavo. 5 pages. David Hawkins #3018753. Published by David Hawkins (A0.939464).

This piece was begun shortly after the death of Marilyn Nichols, librarian and wife of Kenneth Nichols, composition professor at Brandon University.
Intended as the last movement of Requiem, it should be performable by amateur groups and church choirs. The piano interlude is taken from the Gregorian Chant of the In Paradisum from Requiem Mass.
The tone of this movement is one of rest - the final peace after the cares of earth have passed. Keep things unhurried and ethereal.
In Paradisum was premiered on Sunday, March 18, 1990 at St. Matthew’s Cathedral by the Brandon University Chorale, Earl Davey, conductor.

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