IN PERFECT HARMONY

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This anthem is most suitable for an experienced church or festival choir, and it would be an excellent choice for a concert opener or finale or a Sunday morning music witness to encourage unity in your congregation. Excitement from beginning to end.

Hinshaw Music
HMC-1846, SATB, $2.45
 
A rhythmic fanfare of piano and voices opens this anthem in majestic style, leading to the main body of the piece. The common thread throughout all verses is the stately melody, singable and memorable, introduced by unison voices, but heard primarily in a homophonic setting employing rich harmonic progressions. An extended a cappella verse enables the listener to better hear the "perfect harmony" described by Hayes' text. It centers around the truth that though we are all unique, we are all God's creation and should live together in unity. The piece closes as it began – with a glorious vocal fanfare. The a cappella section, 6- and 8-part divisi writing, and a moderately difficult piano accompaniment make this anthem most suitable for an experienced church or festival choir, and it would be an excellent choice for a concert opener or finale or a Sunday morning music witness to encourage unity in your congregation. Excitement from beginning to end.
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Occasion/Theme Contest - Festival
Voicing SATB
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This anthem is most suitable for an experienced church or festival choir, and it would be an excellent choice for a concert opener or finale or a Sunday morning music witness to encourage unity in your congregation. Excitement from beginning to end.

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Hinshaw Music
HMC-1846, SATB, $2.45
 
A rhythmic fanfare of piano and voices opens this anthem in majestic style, leading to the main body of the piece. The common thread throughout all verses is the stately melody, singable and memorable, introduced by unison voices, but heard primarily in a homophonic setting employing rich harmonic progressions. An extended a cappella verse enables the listener to better hear the "perfect harmony" described by Hayes' text. It centers around the truth that though we are all unique, we are all God's creation and should live together in unity. The piece closes as it began – with a glorious vocal fanfare. The a cappella section, 6- and 8-part divisi writing, and a moderately difficult piano accompaniment make this anthem most suitable for an experienced church or festival choir, and it would be an excellent choice for a concert opener or finale or a Sunday morning music witness to encourage unity in your congregation. Excitement from beginning to end.
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