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nice derangement of epitaphs, for unaccompanied voices.
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A Nice Derangement of Epitaphs. For unaccompanied voices. [S.A.T.B. A facsimile of the composer's autograph.] [Bush, Geoffrey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Nice Derangement of Epitaphs. For unaccompanied voices. [S.A.T.B. A facsimile of Author: Geoffrey Bush.
The British composer Geoffrey Bush wrote music across a range of genres, including orchestral, chamber, keyboard, choral works, and a large number of songs. The following is a chronological list of his compositions, from a career that lasted from his student days in the late s until the s.
Author of Musical creation and the listener, Left, right and centre, An unsentimental education, Three and four part glees and madrigals for male voices (ATBarB), Musica Britannica, Cantata piccola, for baritone solo, chorus, strings and harpsichord or piano., Te Deum, Finale for a concert.
Folk Songs for Choirs: Book 1: Twelve Arrangements for Unaccompanied Mixed Voices of Songs from the For unaccompanied voices. book Isles and North America (Bk. 1) [Rutter, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Folk Songs for Choirs: Book 1: For unaccompanied voices.
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Unaccompanied definition is - not accompanied; especially: being without instrumental accompaniment. How to use unaccompanied in a sentence. By Charles Mingus. Jazz. Book only. Published by Jazz Workshop, Inc. $ - See more - Buy online Epitaph is a work for unaccompanied SSATBB chorus by Gordon Crosse.
It is a setting of words by Sir Walter Raleigh. A Nice Derangement Of Epitaphs: SATB: Vocal Score Choral SATB Novello &.
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