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Wind Through the Olive Trees is a traditional carol arranged for unison voices. The descant is optional, but adds a lovely soaring line above the melody. The independent piano part flows gently under and around the voices. The simple part for seven handchimes or handbells may be omitted, but really does add a nice silvery quality to the piece. Since the handchimes only play during the introduction and interludes, the singers themselves will enjoy playing them.

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"I am a student of Bud Wayne Bisbee. I am in the South Bay Childrens Choir, and just sang one of his most recent lyrics. This peice was written in Japanese and was about the drumming of many racoons and a preist. "
Rating: 4/5  5/20/2008 By: tayler berman

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