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File:boyceowhere.nwc (June 2016) 11 kB
Full name of work:O where shall wisdom be found
About:http://rslade.co.uk/18th-century.....s/william-boyce/
Music category:Sacred part song/Anthem
Instruments:arranged for SSATB (piccolo, whistle, clarinet, French horn, bassoon) and piano reduction (converted to strings etc)
Name of file creator:John Hooper
e-mail address:john "at" learnchoralmusic "dot" co "dot" uk
website:http://www.learnchoralmusic.co.uk
Running time:00:09:04
Comments:There is no text/lyrics; this File was generated purely for Choral Rehearsing purposes, and so doesn't look pretty even though it should sound reasonable (though that depends very much on your hardware/software; mine is a Soundblaster AWE64 Gold). Voice-emphasised Midi Files of the Work can be downloaded for free from my Website (above).
The Site also contains Midi Files for several rather more modern Composers, for which NWC versions may be available.
There is a performance of this Work by the Trinity College Chapel Choir, University of Toronto, on YouTube starting at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqHjXawmX84 .