Snowflakes

SATB chorus a cappella

“Snowflakes” is a short, peaceful, wintry song for a cappella SATB chorus, with lyrics by Linda A. Copp. The piece was commissioned by Cantabile Chamber Chorale, directed by Rebecca Scott, for performance in their 2003-04 season.

This piece is a great choice for high school and college, and the “Quartet Pack” option makes it ideal for a group of four singers.

Snowflakes spill from heaven’s hand
Lovely and chaste like smooth white sand
A veil of wonder laced in light
Falling gently on a winters night.

Graceful beauty raining down
Giving magic to the lifeless ground
Each snowflake a falling star
Smiling beauty that is spun afar.

Snowflakes spill from heaven’s hand
Lovely and chaste like smooth white sand.
Till earth is dressed in a robe of white
Unspoken poem the hush of night.

SKU: BLS-004 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Voicing: SATB
Instrumentation: A Cappella
Language: English
Sacred or Secular: Secular
Season or Event: Christmas, Winter

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