Let all the world in every corner sing - Anthem for SATB
by John Ross
4-Part - Digital Sheet Music

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Choral Choir,Choral (SATB) - Level 3 - Digital Download

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Composed by Martin Shaw (1875-1958). Arranged by John Ross. 20th Century,Christian,Religious,Sacred. 10 pages. John Ross #977437. Published by John Ross (A0.1393984).

In 1915 the English composer Martin Shaw (1875-1958) wrote the hymn-tune "High Road". Its vigorous and intensely lively tune is a perfect match for the words "Let all the world in every corner sing" by the English poet and priest George Herbert (1593-1633). "High Road" appeared in various hymnals of the early 20th century but has since slipped out of common use. The present arrangement expands the hymn-tune into an SATB anthem.

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