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Gush forth, my tears

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Date: 
1597
Discussion: 

Fairly easy, very sad, beautful. The women's parts have equal range, but one tends to sit a little lower than the other. Either could be sung by altos or sopranos.

Sound: 

Midis - all three parts are present, but a different one is emphasised in each. In F.

  1. Soprano
  2. Alto
  3. Tenor/Bass

There are also midis for all the parts (in G) in Cicilia's music collection.

Composer: 
Holborne
Sheet Music: 

We usually sing this piece in F (one flat, started notes are D-F-A, from bottom to top).

You can also find sheet music, and midis for all the parts, (in G, a tone higher than we're singing it now) in the stuff we were working on when we were having regular singing at Cecilia's house, several years ago.

 

Source: 
The Cittharn School
Parts: 
SAT

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