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A charming setting of a Carl Sandburg poem for a cappella chorus (SATB) laden with evocative images of shooting stars and seahorses.

SKU: CME-014 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Voicing:SATB
Language:English

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