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World in Union

Discussion in 'Music' started by whingefreezone?, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Anyone please?...

  2. Hi wfz,
    I need exactly the same! Did you ever get anywhere tracking this down?
  3. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

    Write one? Not that difficult using Sibelius. The harmony for that song is fairly straightforward.
  4. It's holst planets; jupiter - its in my hymn book as I vow to thee my country - you could just use the Sop and Alto parts. The triplet minims are different and so is the opening phrase which misses a couple of notes - an hour should be sufficient to work out the parts.
    It's a bit cheesey for my taste. And I LIKE cheese.

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