Two short hours with you

SATB (divisi) a cappella

A setting for unaccompanied SATB choir (with divisi) of words by Eric Gosney, a poet from England’s Isle of Purbeck.

A wistful and nostalgic love song, in which the poet wishes to “thwart old Time’s irrevocable plan and live again those two short hours with you”.

These evocative words are set with suitably tender harmonies and passionate melodic sweeps, making a highly effective concert work.

SKU: CHR-1601 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Voicing:SATB
Language:English

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