Lux Aurumque (Light Of Gold) sheet music – Choral sheet music by Eric Whitacre: Walton Music. Shop the World’s Largest Sheet Music Selection today at Sheet. Lux Aurumque. Composer: Whitacre, Eric. Instrumentation: mixed choir (satb); Edition: choral score; Language: Latin. Order No.: HLE € *. Lux Aurumque was commissioned by the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay, and is dedicated with love to my great Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir – ‘Lux Aurumque’.
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The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of Lux Aurumque – not necessarily the song. Melodic lines are well built and easy too sing, but it needs good individual voices to reach the very uarumque C bass and very high B sopran notes, and to render the pure sound it requires.
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