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Sanctus & Benedictus, SATB and Organ

By Douglas Pew

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Organ, SATB - Intermediate
Composed by Douglas Pew. 21st Century, Sacred. Octavo. 7 pages. Published by Blue Shore Music (S0.40841).

Item Number: S0.40841

Duration: 4:00. This setting of the traditional Sanctus begins with a soft halo of sound which gradually grows throughout the movement until the exclamation, "Hosanna in excelsis". The opening halo returns as the Benedictus text begins and the movement ends with a warm finish. Immediately accessible and moving, this work will be a sure congregation or audience favorite! For more information, please visit

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