Choral Choir (TTBB) - Level 5 - Digital Download
Composed by D. Kim Clayton. A Cappella,Christmas. Octavo. 4 pages. HarmonyPlus Publications #3680687. Published by HarmonyPlus Publications (A0.909685).
TTBB - A Cappella music at it's best! When the Star appeared in the heavens...the "Shepherds watching o'er their flocks"...how did this vision affect them? What thoughts and feelings went through their minds and hearts?. We delve into how it "might have been" with these Lowly Shepherds. If your choir revels in the A Cappella sound, this piece is perfect for you! This song and arrangement are for advanced, serious choirs. The available recording we have placed on this site comes from a live performance and not in the studio. Not perfect...but we think you will feel the deep and rich nature of "Lowly Shepherd". Also available is The HarmonyPlus Trax CD that is a teaching CD. The CD includes: Full version (all parts), Tenor version, Bass version. Perfect for all members of a men's choir to learn his individual parts. Duration: 2:48.
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