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Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff first travelled to New York in 1918, living in the United States from 1940 until his death in 1943. His beloved Vocalise for voice, piano (orchestra) is one of 14 Songs, Opus 34 written between 1910-1912. Originally composed in C minor for the Russian singer Nezdanova, the uniquely wordless and romantically lyrical melody lends itself perfectly to treble unison singing. For unison treble voices and piano.

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