The Epitaph by : Joseph M. Martin
Uses: Funeral; Memorial; Patriotic; Concert
Scripture: Matthew 5:4; I Thessalonians 4:14-17; Romans 14:7-9
The celebrated text; “Do not stand at my grave and weep” is emotionally arranged into a concert work of grief and tears; hope and joy. A lonely and longing violin melds with a rich and moving piano accompaniment. The piece begins quietly; builds with intensity; and sings into silence with the text; “I am not there. I did not die.” Presented for the first time with full orchestra. Available separately: SATB; PianoTrax CD; StudioTrax CD (Accomp.; SplitTrax; Perf.); Orchestration (Score & Parts for Flt 1&2; Oboe; Clarinet 1&2; Bassoon; Horn 1&2; Tpt 1; Tpt 2&3; Tbone 1&2; Bass Tbone/Tuba; Timp; Perc 1&2; Harp; Piano; Vln 1&2; Viola; Cello; Double Bass).
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Sample 2 Sample 1
| Media ||CD|
| Format ||StudioTrax CD|
| Length x Width x Height||5 x 5 x 0.161 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.11 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL35029013|
|Voicing Description||Studiotrax CD|
| 1st Publication Date||06/2013|
Title: The Epitaph
Lyricist: Mary Elizabeth Frye (attrib.) ; Unknown
Writer: Brant Adams ; Joseph Martin
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