Come Unto Me
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When sung SSAB, Come Unto Me is an
excellent piece for an adult church choir with a limited number of male singers.
This is a setting from
Matthew 11:28-30. The work beings in a 20th century, dissonant
style. There is a key change followed by an a cappella setting of verse 29
in a more homophonic consonant
approach. Following another key change, verse 30 is set in fugal style, supported by a duplication of the voice
parts on piano. After returning to the original key
and a brief piano interlude, Vick closes the work with
a stately unison setting of the Welsh hymn tune Meirionydd (words
by William C. Dix).
Four-part Variable Voicing Chart
to access how the piece may be sung by different age groups and mixed
Beryl Vick, Jr.
Four-part Variable Voicing with Piano
CP Catalog #C97559
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