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5 New Choral Works from Donald McCullough

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Dear Fellow Choralisters,
I’ve recently redesigned my website – – and I hope you’ll check it out. But if you want to skip right to the newest scores, I’ve provided the links below. Some titles are more advanced (The Eye Begins to See, e.g.) while others are perfect for your church choir (The Flow'r of Jesse, e.g.) 
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I have much to add to the new site, but there is already plenty for you to peruse. If you have any questions (or difficulties with the site) please use the "Contact" link on the website to send me an email. 
Okay... enough already... here are the links...

When Christ Was Born… the perfect anchor for any Christmas program.
22 minutes
SATB (some divisi), Sop/Bar soli, harp (or piano)

Song of the Shulamite... text from the Song of Solomon with exotic choral and instrumental colors.
27 minutes
SATB-divisi, Sop solo, marimba, vibraphone, and harp

Let My People Go! A Spiritual Journey along the Underground Railroad… a concert in itself that will bring the house down (5 individual octavos also available from this work).
75 minutes (or Suite version 45 minutes)
SATB-divisi, satb soli, 2 actor/narrators, a cappella and piano, acoustic bass, percussion 

The Eye Begins to See… imbued with drama, pathos, and ultimately, transcendent equanimity.  
11 minutes
SATB-divisi, piano, cello

The Flow’r of Jesse… perfect for Lessons and Carols and a snap to learn.
3 ½ minutes
SATB, harp (or keyboard)
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