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Camille Saint-Saëns: Super flumina Babylonis
Psalm 137 ""Super flumina Babylonis"" also known as ""By the rivers of Babylon"" was an inspiration for many composers including Camille Saint-Saëns.

e repeatedly occupied himself with his psalm motet for solo soprano, mixed choir, saxophone quartet, string orchestra and organ, originally composed in 1854. Two of the four versions – the first version in Latin and a much later version in English for alto solo, SATB choir and piano – are now available for the first time in Urtext performing editions taking a meticulous account of all the sources.
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