Sweet Harmony

for SSAA chorus, piano, and double bass

A close-harmony setting for SSAA chorus, piano, and bass of Shakespeare’s lovely invitation to music from King Lear (Act V, Scene 1). Shakespeare and jazz — together again!

SKU: ADY-017 Categories: , , Instrumentation:
Voicing:SSAA
Descriptive Tags:Music, Poetry, Shakespeare
Season or Event:General
Instrumentation:Bass, Piano
Sacred or Secular:Secular
Language:English
Duration:1-5 Minutes

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