2003, for Soprano, Alto, Lower Voices
Length: 1 minute
Revision: 1
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Cost per Copy: $1.50

This is a short, soothing contrapuntal Alleluia (about one minute) which may be sung a cappella or doubled with keyboard or other instrumental reduction.

The work is easy to sing. There are no accidentals, all entrances are on C (the tonic), almost every note moves by step, and the motion is slow. The only real challenge with the work is the independance of each voice.

More experienced choirs have used this piece for work on sight-reading and intonation.

Alleluia was written in August of 2003 and first performed by the choir of Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation.

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