Voicing: Soprano solo and SATB, or SATB without solo, a cappella
Duration: 2' 40"
A version of a song from Verses from Panthea arranged for soprano solo and SATB, or for SATB divisi without solo. The work from which it is taken is a set of 4 settings for SATB a cappella of verses from Oscar Wilde's early transcendental poem Panthea (1881).
Verses from Panthea received an honourable mention ("exemplary and deserving of special recognition") in the Boston Choral Ensemble Commission Competition 2017.
Thy Mouth a Rose Shall Be
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