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In Flanders Fields

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by Hal Leonard

Composed by John Jacobson, Roger Emerson. Written by Dr. John McCrae. Arranged by Roger Emerson.

Choral. Voicing/Format: SATB. 6.75x10.5 inches. 8 pages. Published by Hal Leonard. (HL.08741384)

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Now available in a 2-Part voicing, this setting of the famous World War I era poem by Dr. John McCrae is stunning in its simplicity and emotional impact. Perform it for Memorial Day and veteran's ceremonies or at any concert occasion. Also now available separately: String parts and ShowTrax CD. Available separately: SATB, SAB, SSA, TBB, 2-Part, ShowTrax CD. String parts available digitally (vn 1, vn 2, va, vc). Duration: ca. 2:30.

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