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Sanskrit Verses: Four Strophic Songs
First Edition
choir (SATB)
Catalogue Number: HV050
Score: £5.00
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Examples:
1. In the Courtyard of the Sky
2. God of Beauty
3. Philosophy
4. Blow, wind

Extract courtesy members of The Oxford Singers directed by David Crown.

"These 'Sanskrit Verses' are the result of a chance encounter with John Brough's 'Poems from the Sanskrit' which I discovered in a friend's library whilst house-sitting during the summer of 2007. I was struck by their succinct, inspired simplicity and quickly set to work. Many of the poems I have selected are by unknown authors (although John Brough makes educated guesses as to their origin) so I have freely adapted them in order to produce a workable text. This has sometimes involved combining more than one poem sharing similar subject matter and verse structure. The resulting four songs were conceived for a small choir of eight voices: two sopranos, two altos, two tenors and two basses (sopranos and basses dividing). However, a larger ensemble should be equally effective."John Frith
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