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What Do All of These Things
Key of A
Key of F
Can There Be No Greater
of F minor
These two pieces
have the same tune; one with a sacred text and the other with a secular one. What Do All of These Things Mean is a Christmas text and Can There Be No Greater Song is about the joy of friendship
Both pieces are
presented in the Key of A minor (original) and the Key of F minor (written
particularly for all- boys groups). Both settings may be sung SACB, TrebCCB (changing voices) or SATB (changed voices). Choose the key that fits the singers.
It's easy to sing, because
it is basically two vocal parts most of the time with a four-part chord
thrown-in occasionally. Piano accompanied, both works are accessible and fun to sing. .
Music by Charles Kirby
Arranged by Charles Kirby
and Bill Rich
Words for What Do All
of These Things Mean? by Charles Kirby
Words for Can There Be
On Greater Song? by Don L. Collins
Voicing with Piano & opt. Guitars and Drums
Key of C (CP cat. no.):
Can There Be - TT90101; What Do - L17208
Key of F (CP cat. no.): Can There Be
- L209213; What Do - L97443
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