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Voices of the Presidents

A patriotic concert piece in three movements inspired by letters and speeches from Jefferson, Lincoln and Reagan
Preview Music MP3 Music File PDF Music File Voices of the Presidents: 1. Jefferson's Letter to Priestley

Baritone soloist and orchestra
A patriotic concert piece in four movements, requiring four male soloists. This movement is from Jefferson's letter to Joseph Priestley, 1804. "This chapter ... in the history of man is new!" A masterwork to enrich any patriotic concert.


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© 2008, Steven B. Glade
Preview Music MP3 Music File PDF Music File Voices of the Presidents: 2. Lincoln's Springfield Farewell

Tenor soloist and string orchestra

Lincoln's poignant, extemporaneous farewell to his Springfield friends delivered from the Springfield rail platform. "Trusting in Him . . . , let us confidently hope that all may yet be well."


© 2013, Steven B. Glade
Preview Music MP3 Music File PDF Music File Voices of the Presidents: 3. The Watchmen (Kennedy)

For baritone soloist and orchestra.

A patriotic concert piece in four movements. This movement is from an undelivered address President John F. Kennedy intended to deliver in Austin, Texas on the evening of November 22, 1963. A masterwork to enrich any patriotic concert.

CONTACT STEVEN TO PROGRAM THIS MASTERWORK FOR YOUR NEXT PATRIOTIC CONCERT.


© 2013, Steven B. Glade
Preview Music MP3 Music File PDF Music File Voices of the Presidents: 4. The Shining City (Reagan)

For four male soloists and orchestra and optional men's chorus (or piano).

"The Shining City," from Reagan's farewell to the nation from the Oval Office, January 11, 1989. All "presidents" join in asking, "How stands the City this winter's night?" A masterwork to enrich any patriotic concert.

CONTACT STEVEN TO PROGRAM THIS MASTERWORK FOR YOUR NEXT PATRIOTIC CONCERT.


© 2013, Steven B. Glade
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