My Voice

for SSAA chorus, piano, and strings

The work was commissioned by the Contra Costa Children’s Chorus for its 25th anniversary season (2008-09) and was first performed December 20, 2008.

The poem “My Voice” was written especially for this work by author Patricia Doherty to celebrate the Contra Costa Children’s Chorus’s achievement, as well as the role of music in the lives of these talented young singers. It answers the questions “What is my voice? Where does it come from? What do I do with it? Where does it take me? The poem was published in Visions: The Collected Poems of Patricia Doherty (2009).

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Score and Parts ($75.00)
Includes full score, string parts (4,4,3,2,2), piano/vocal score

Piano/Vocal Score ($15.00)
For piano-only performance instead of orchestra

Choral Scores ($5.95/each)

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Complete Materials: $100
Includes full score, string parts, piano/vocal score, choral score with license to print copies as needed

Choral score only: $50
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SKU: ADY-018 Categories: , , Instrumentation:
Voicing:SSAA
Season or Event:General
Descriptive Tags:Music, Poetry, Singing
Instrumentation:Piano, String Orchestra
Sacred or Secular:Secular
Language:English
Duration:10-15 Minutes

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