Entrance

for SATB choir and piano

“Entrance” is a new choral composition for SATB choir w/piano accompaniment. The inspiring, secular text is by Dana Gioia, former US poet laureate. It invites the listener to find new discoveries, new creations: “step out…. of the room that lets you feel secure. / Infinity is open to your sight.” With a jazz-influenced, uptempo piano accompaniment, the rhythmic vitality of the piece lends itself to the addition of movement/choreography in performance. “Entrance” is ideal for accomplished high school choirs as well as university and community ensembles.

SKU: RCL-015 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Voicing:SATB
Language:English

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