Looking For An Arrangement of Agnus Dei
Date: March 7, 2014
I had posted this elsewhere but I didn't find what I was looking for:
I am looking for a piece that I used to sing with my choir in a concert last year. I have searched all over the place but I cannot seem to find it. It is an arrangement of Agnus Dei. Unfortunately I do not know who it is composed or arranged by. I also barely know how to read music and don't remember much except the lyrics and how the parts go; I sang it a long while ago and we were all pretty much beginners so I can't give you much information regarding that but I will describe the song to the best of my ability.
There were 3 parts (or at least, that's how we sang it): Soprano - Alto - Baritone (I think, there weren't many guys so while they were mainly baritones, occasionally they would have other parts, but I think this one is Baritone)
Lamb of God, you who take away the sins of the world, have mercy on us, miserere nobis (I believe the guys had the melody on this part)
Then everyone would sing "Agnus, Agnus Dei" again but instead of singing together, everyone had their own separate parts.
(Back together again, with the guys getting the melody):
Then everyone hums the letter m until the song ends
It was sung at an Easter/Spring concert. It was probably about 1-2 minutes in duration. I'm assuming that it was not too advanced considering we were a beginner's choir in high school, but I'm not sure.
I know it may be confusing and I'm sorry about that. If you need any clarification on anything please let me know. I have been looking for this song for awhile and I really want to find it. Please help in any way you can (score, arrangement, a recording, etc.). Thank you in advance for any help.
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