Thee [SCORE]

SKU: EH0008A
  • Thee

    for SSAA chorus a cappella



    text by L.M. Montgomery

    music by E.K.R. Hammell


    Premiered by Sirens. Kelsea McLean, artistic director. 



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    EH0008A - Thee SSAA - Score Preview PDF




    live performance video:



    4 mins


    Medium - Hard


    program notes:

    Thee is an SSAA setting of the L.M. Montgomery poem “The Difference.” The piece is a simple song meant as a reflection on heartbreak and the value of shared personal experiences.



    The Difference

    by L.M. Montogomery

    When we were together, heart of my heart, on that unforgotten quest
    With your tender arm about me thrown and your head upon my breast
    There came a grief that was bitter and deep and straitly dwell with me
    And I shunned it not, so sweet it was to suffer and be with thee.

    And now when no more against mine own is beating thine eager heart,
    When thine eyes are turned from the glance of mine and our ways far apart,
    A dear and long-sought joy has come my constant guest to be,
    And I love it not, so bitter it is, unfelt, unshared, by thee.


    “L.M. Montgomery” is a trademark of Heirs of L.M. Montgomery Inc.


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