Paint Chips

for SA choir and piano

A sweet and evocative, lyrical piece for treble voices and piano, this delicate song is a setting of a list of paint colors by Martha Stewart. The piece is also available in versions for solo voice and piano (baritone or soprano). It can be performed with or without a video/slide presentation of the paint colors.

SKU: CME-010 Categories: ,
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Voicing:SA, SS
Language:English

$2.00/copy

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