Lux Aurumque-TTBB – Now available for men’s voices only, this elegant setting of the Latin translation of an Edward Esch poem will captivate choir and. Now available for men’s voices, Eric Whitacre’s elegant setting of the Latin translation of an Edward Esch poem will captivate choir and. Lux Aurumque TTBB – Balanced Voices. by Matthew Curtis, Eric Whitacre. Player – Lux Aurumque TTBB – Balanced Voices by Matthew Curtis, Eric Whitacre.
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Feel free to recommend similar pieces if you liked this piece, or alternatives if you didn’t. Close X Learn about MP3s. Comparing to the other Eric Whitacre pieces this is a great piece to get students started on these types of “cluster” piece.
Lux Aurumque (TTBB)
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Whitacre, Eric – Lux Aurumque (Light and Gold) – TTBB
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A beautiful song, which extends the best of your choir. If you have aurmque suggestions or comments on the guidelines, please email us. Is it a good teaching tool? This name will appear next to your review. You can also download at any time in your Digital Library. Already a great success for mixed choir!
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