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Past life melodies

Sheet Music: Score

Past life melodies : arranged for concert band with harmonic whirlies (& optional didgeridoo) / Sarah Hopkins ; arranged by Benjamin Northey.

by Sarah Hopkins (1991)

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  • Audio Sample

    Performance by St Peters Chorale, Graeme Morton from the CD On the road


    (this sample is of the SATB choir version of this work)

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Published by: Morton Music — 1 score (10p. -- A3 (portrait))

Dedication note: "Dedicated to my father John Hopkins, with much love & gratitude" -- p.[i].

Originally composed for mixed voice a capella choir, commissioned by St Peters Chorale, Brisbane. This arrangement for concert band with harmonic whirlies and optional didjeridu, was made by Benjamin Northey in 2004. It was first performed by the University of Melbourne's Symphonic Wind Band, conducted by Benjamin Northey, on 30 May 2004 in Melba Hall, University of Melbourne -- Composer's note.

Publisher's no.: MM2015a.

Spiral binding.

Includes rehearsal instructions and notational explanations.

Cover title.

This is a handwritten edition — it is not typeset.

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This work also exists as the following versions:
- Children's/Treble Choir
- Vocal ensemble music
- Octets: 8 Horns
- Full orchestra
- String ensembles
- Unaccompanied SATB Choir
- Brass ensembles

 

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