Wiggins: I sing of a Maiden (SSA & organ)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
SSA & organ This is a refreshing and approachable setting of the popular 15th-century text 'I sing of a maiden that is makâ”œÂ¿less'. The simple, uncluttered melody, which first appears in two-part harmony and later in canon between the three voices, is underpinned throughout by a gentle organ accompaniment. An attractive and highly singable carol.
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