Psalm 103

for mixed chorus and organ
by  David Post

This piece was commissioned by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Natick, Massachusetts for the celebration of its 125th Anniversary. It was premiered there on September 15, 1996. Benjamin Burrell, Director of Music.

SKU: DPT-007 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Instrumentation:Organ
Season or Event:Blessing
Language:English
Sacred or Secular:Sacred
Voicing:SATB
Duration:1-5 Minutes

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