We chose this as both tenor and bass lines are rather high, so it can be sung by SAAT as well as by SATB.
- Yvonne, Anna, Katherine of Glastonbury, [Katherina]
- Katherina Weyssin
- William de Cameron, Llewellyn
We're using the Big Lochac Snogbook (page 15).
We might well sing it up a tone (in C, instead of B-flat). It's in a reasonable range for us at either pitch, but with a woman singing the tenor line the lovely canon might stand out a little more if the tenor line is not too low.
We usually singing the first section (in 3/4) twice through, then slow down a little for the 4/4 section, and slow again for the final "amen". Watch the conductor!