There Should Not Be Any Noise   (from Walker's Words)

SSAA, optional piano
Revering words of caution against noise in which upper voices sing a chromatic demonstration of "the beauty of harmony."

HMM 23M4023e Price:   see purchasing notes below
Timing:   1:40

Number of Pages:   4

Difficulty:   MM

Occasion/theme:   Singing, noise, harmony
Text Source:           William Walker from The Southern Harmony
Tune Source:         original music

Notes:   Sopranos and altos divide into either three or four parts.    Preferable with piano but may be performed a cappella.  
Available via this link from J.W. Pepper MyScore.
5th of 11 pieces in suite, "A Few Plain Hints:   William Walker's Words for Singers."   Others are A Person Or Persons, Care Should Be Taken, When Singing In Concert, It Is By No Means Necessary, Your Singers May Not Join, Learners Should Beat Time, There Are But Few Long Notes, Too Long Singing Injures The Lungs, When Learning To Sing and The Nearest Perfection.   Details of each on its individual page.  


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