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“The Salutation” for chamber choir, accordion, tuba and harp (2003)

In Program Notes on February 13, 2010 at 3:00 pm


“The Salutation” is a poem written by Thomas Traherne (1637 or 1639-1674), an English poet and ecclesiastic.
The harp, tuba, and accordion are symbols of Heaven, Earth, and Man. The choir is divided into twelve voices at a maximum.

Salutation PC. playback [15:32] mp3 Just a moment

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