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Seeger, Pete (Sirett)
- Where Have All the Flowers Gone
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Pete Seeger’s classic folksong is as moving and relevant today as it was when first written, in 1955. This lyrical arrangement for SSA chorus adds layers of voicing while retaining the song’s original beauty and clarity. With piano and optional flute or violin.
Also available for SATB voices (M051475407).
"The 10-12 grade women's group I'm working with absolutely loves this piece. It's very accessible and has been very helpful in establishing a legato line with a large range of dynamics and a powerful text. My only complaint is that it's so repetitive."
|Rating: 5/5 15/09/2005 By: Amy Jacobson|
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