"I Hope" is from "Tuvayhun - Beatitudes for a Wounded World". In this piece, the singers are invited to speak their self-written one-sentence prayer/hope for our world and our future.
May be performed unaccompanied or with strings. In "Tuvayhun", the movement is with strings and narration only.
You must purchase one copy for each singer and a minimum of 20 copies. If you need fewer copies, please contact us. It is illegal to photocopy this score beyond the amount purchased. You will receive links to download the scores after checkout.
- Voices: SATB or SSAA with narration
- Duration: 3 minutes
- Instrumentation: Unaccompanied or with strings
May also be performed with narrators only and strings (the original version as in "Tuvayhun").
Narrators and Strings
Self-written one-sentence texts by the singers/narrators.
DELIVERY AND TERMS
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