Stay Awhile : SATB choir with piano
by Sally Greenaway (2008, this version: 2012)
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This evocative, lyrical piece with reflective piano accompaniment explores overcoming adversity or difficult times: to comfort and inspire when feeling lost or caught up in life's events.
In its original form it was scored for SA with piano accompaniment and was written as a gift for Woden Valley Youth Choir in 2008. It has been re-arranged for a capella SATB, for Luminescence Chamber Choir and for SATB with piano accompaniment for Canberra Qwire.
"If the moon goes out I will light a star, and brighten up your heart. If you're feeling down, I will raise you up and hold you close awhile."
"Through silver waves on an emerald sea, and fields of glistening sand, if your hope is lost I will find a way - I'll take us home one day."
Year: 2008, this version: 2012
Instrumentation: SATB (divisi) choir, piano.
Duration: 6 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Medium to advanced
Dedication note: Dedicated to Woden Valley Youth Choir and Luminescence Chamber Choir
Performances of this work
20 May 18: International Aids Candlelight Memorial, Australian National University, Acton, ACT. Featuring Qwire.
13 May 18: Philharmonie am Gasteig, Rosenheimer, Munich, Germany. Featuring Qwire.
15 Apr 18: Gungahlin College Theatre, Gungahlin, ACT. Featuring Qwire.
29 Nov 14: Llewellyn Hall, ANU School of Music, William-Herbert Place, ANU, Acton, ACT. Featuring Qwire.
12 Oct 14: Stage 88, Commonwealth Park, Canberra, ACT. Featuring Qwire.
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