Flos ut Rosa Floruit (Double Mixed Chorus) Sheet Music | William Hawley | SATB Choir
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Flos ut Rosa Floruit (Double Mixed Chorus) Digital Sheet Music
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Flos ut Rosa Floruit (Double Mixed Chorus)by William Hawley SATB Choir - Digital Sheet Music

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Flos ut Rosa Floruit is William Hawley's setting for unaccompanied Double Chorus (SSAATTBB/SSAATTBB) of the
anonymous 13th Century Florentine Marian poem, in the original Latin. The work was commissioned by the University
of Utah Singers, Dr. Brady R. Allred, Conductor, and was premiered by them in Tours, France in May, 2005, winning
the Grand Prix, "Oeuvre de Création" du Concours International de Chant Choral, Florilège Vocal de Tours. The
audio clip is an excerpt from the University of Utah Singers' album, A Jubilant Song, available on Apple Music:
https://music.apple.com/us/album/312031532?i=312031551&ign-mpt=uo%3D6 
The YouTube video is of the Slovenian chorus Mešani Pevski Zbor Viva Brežice,
Simona Rožman Stfrnad conducting the Single Chorus Version at the 22nd National Choir Competition Slovenia,
April 20-22, 2012, in Maribor
The Single Chorus Version of this work (SSAATTBB) is also available at SMP Press.
Performance Duration: 3.5 min. ASCAP https://williamhawley.net.

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