Dubois “Seven Last Words of Christ”

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    Evangeline Williams on #148160

    I know there’s a harp part because I keep seeing harp mentioned in the
    vocal score.

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    Participant
    unknown-user on #148162

    Evangeline

    By now, you have probably found or gotten access to the Dubois “7 Last Words of Christ” – it is available through several harp music stores. I purchased another one recently, but can’t remember from where – possibly International Music or even Vanderbilt Music? I can’t remember. But it is out there. Hope you find it. Let me know if you can’t find it.

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    David Ice on #148163

    Hi Evangeline,

    Just so you know, I played this piece years ago.

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    Kara Dahl Russell on #148164

    I just played this work with a Choral group.

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    Trista Hill on #148165

    I’ve played this a few times with organ, choir, flute, timpani… I did have a separate harp part, and it wasn’t too difficult.

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    Kara Dahl Russell on #148166

    Nice to get input from someone else who has played it.

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    MusikFind1 on #148167

    Details of the published editions:

    DUBOIS, Theodore (1837-1924)
    Seven Last Words of Christ (L-E). (1867)
    Les Sept Paroles du Christ
    Pub: EDWIN F. KALMUS
    Reprint of

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    Elizabeth L on #148168

    Lyon-Healy lists it, but they list it under Harp Parts to Orchestral Works.

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