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The Midnight Rose (SATB W/ VIOLIN) : Theodore Baker/Richard Storrs Willis/arr. Wanda Cooley/Brad Nix : SATB/opt. Violin : # 35030950
The Midnight Rose (SATB W/ VIOLIN) : Theodore Baker/Richard Storrs Willis/arr. Wanda Cooley/Brad Nix : SATB/opt. Violin : # 35030950


 
The Midnight Rose (SATB W/ VIOLIN) : Theodore Baker/Richard Storrs Willis/arr. Wanda Cooley/Brad Nix : SATB/opt. Violin : # 35030950

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The Midnight Rose (SATB W/ VIOLIN) : Theodore Baker/Richard Storrs Willis/arr. Wanda Cooley/Brad Nix, : Brad Nix : Richard Storrs Willis : Theodore Baker : Wanda Cooley : Shawnee Sacred Series : Octavo : SATB/opt. Violin : Published by Shawnee Press : # 35030950
Features
The Midnight Rose by : Brad Nix : Richard Storrs Willis : Theodore Baker : Wanda Cooley


Uses: Advent

Scripture: Song of Solomon 2:1; Isaiah 11:1-2; Isaiah 53:2

Innovative and filled with precious beauty; this re-thinking of two evergreens from our seasonal carol book is simply breathtaking. The lyrical piano treatment motivates the anthem with dreamy patterns of loveliness; while the impeccable vocal writing is given a sensitive caretaking. The melody of “It Came upon the Midnight Clear” is an apt vase for the “Rose” of this Advent moment.

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The Midnight Rose

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          PRODUCT INFORMATION

PublisherShawnee Press
Media Octavo
Format SATB/opt. Violin
Pages16
Length x Width x Height10.5 x 6.75 x 0.036   inches
Shipping Weight0.13 pounds
East Coast Music Product Code ZHL35030950
UPC Code888680613105
Voicing DescriptionSATB W/ VIOLIN
1st Publication Date06/2016


SONG LIST
Title:         The Midnight Rose
Lyricist:     Harriet Krauth Spaeth ;  Theodore Baker
Writer:       Brad Nix (arr.) ;  Richard Storrs Willis ;  Wanda Cooley (arr.)