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Psalm No 8 (1976)
For four-part chorus of mixed voices and organ
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Commissioned by the Travis Park United Methodist Church, San Antonio, Texas, 1976

First performed October 18, 1976, by Scott Mouton, organ, with the San Antonio Mastersingers, Roger Melone, conductor; Travis Park United Methodist Church, San Antonio, TX

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Duration  8 minutes

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Recordings
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Trinity Church Choir; James A. Simms, conductor Gothic Records  (1993)
Mastersingers of the San Antonio Symphony, Roger Melone conductor Telarc Stereo 5026 (LP) — search the internet

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Program note

This setting for chorus and organ was commissioned to introduce a new organ at the Travis Park United Methodist Church in San Antonio, Texas. Because of that, the organ plays a large role in the piece.

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                     — John Corigliano

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