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Quiet Window

soprano solo, SSATB choir, glass orchestra played by choir members (tuned wine glasses, tuned blown bottles, marbles in glass dishes)

Year:  2017   ·  Duration:  9m

Year:  2017
Duration:  9m

Cheryl Camm

Composer:   Cheryl Camm

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This piece was composed for and performed by the Bridge Singers of Felton and Thirston in Northumberland, England, for their recital Magical Glass which celebrated the windows in their local church St. Michael's. The quiet window in question is one of a pair which do not have stained glass, and which is in need of repair. The window is overshadowed in many ways by its more colourful window neighbours, and indeed is usually hidden behind other furniture and church paraphernalia. This song brings the window to the fore again and celebrates its characteristics and the history and events it has witnessed over the years. -CC

Commissioned note

The Bridge Singers, Northumberland, UK to celebrate a window in their local church which needs repairing. Funds were raised at the concert to help with this repair.

Difficulty note

community choir, confident and completent soloist

Dedication note

St. Michael's Church, Felton, Northumberland; The Bridge Singers

Text note

Text by Cheryl Camm