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CoverDormi Jesu [level: Difficult]
Kim André Arnesen: Bio and other works | Joel Rinsema Kantorei Choral Series
voicing: SSATB | catalog number: SBMP 1357 | duration: 6:15 | price: $2.15
accompaniment: a cappella

Awesome best describes this composition. Fine choirs will delight in performing this splendid piece. The solos optionally can be performed by a small group.

performance by: Kantorei, Denver - Joel Rinsema, conductor [© all rights reserved]

Listen to the 2018 release Infinity: Kim André Arnesen Choral Works - HERE
Recorded by Kantorei
- featuring: O Sacrum Convivium - Child of Song, The Gift I’ll Leave You, Dormi, Jesu
Making or Breaking - Cradle Hymn - The Lamb - Pie Jesu - Infinity - There We Shall Rest.

Order CLICK HERE: See and Hear the Complete Score or download a perusal copy: HERE

CLICK HERE: Read the Text or Poem
English translation:
Sleep, sweet babe! my cares beguiling:
Mother sits beside thee smiling;
Sleep, my darling, tenderly!
If thou sleep not, mother mourneth,
Singing as her wheel she turneth:
Come, soft slumber, balmily!

CLICK HERE: Choral Tracks (Practice made simple)

Dormi Jesu choral track bundle contains a part dominant track for each voice part, a balanced voices track, and an accompaniment track if the work is not a cappella (the accompaniment is also included with the part dominant and balanced voices track). Get more information and listen to samples HERE. Please note that the choral score is not included in the bundle and needs to be ordered separately.

Price: $49.99
(Each bundle is licensed to be used by up to 50 users)
Please adjust the quantity accordingly if you have more than 50 users.

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National Lutheran Choir - David Cherwien, Artistic Director

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"The gorgeous harmonies were richly drawn out by Munce’s direction, and the two soprano soloists, Amy Krinke and Beth Munce, were in such perfect harmony as to absolutely sound like one powerful voice. The piece’s gentle dissonances were pleasing, and the quietly peaceful ending contrasted with the more boisterous endings of much holiday music. This one is a winner."
review by: Don Dagenais , , -

Featured on the following reading sessions
2017 | Rodney Eichenberger George Fox Univ. & Cannon Beach, OR. Reading Sessions
2017 | California ACDA Summer Conference at ECCO - July 23-26
2017 | Michigan Summer Symposium, July 10-14 2017
2017 | Mississippi ACDA Summer Workshop, Natchez, MS - July 17-19

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