Sing of a Lady

Liam Lawton

Text Author: Liam Lawton

Arranger: Paul A. Tate

© 2006 Liam Lawton Publishing, GIA, agent. Arr. © 2006 GIA.

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Vocal Forces: SAB, Cantor, Solo, Assembly

Accompaniment: Keyboard

Guitar: Yes

Separate Instruments: Guitar

Series: Celebration

Difficulty Level: E

Description:

** GIA no longer publishes nor sponsors the work of Paul A. Tate. 

Pieces for which Tate served as an arranger remain on our website as the original work of the composer. 

With its “Ave Maria” refrain, this balladlike song sings of a “maiden,” a “mother,” a “woman,” and a “lady,” as it chronicles the role of Mary in salvation history. Beginning in unison, moving to two, then three parts, it finishes with a rich SAAB or SATB final refrain, trailing into a quiet coda for solo voice.

For cantor or soloist

Categories: Choral Vocal

Liturgical: Annunciation, Mary, Mother of God, Pentecost, Pentecost A, Pentecost B, Pentecost C

Topical: Marian

Style: Folk

Number of Pages: 20

Language: English

Format: Octavo

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