Do Not Go Gentle

What does it mean to "rage against the dying of the light"? Inspired by the famous poem "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" by Dylan Thomas, this ballad describes the process of rejecting the darkness of unconscious behavior and becoming a light-bearer, a person who guides others towards consciousness. It features a lengthy alto soloist for the first verse and chorus.

Instrumentation: Piano/Synth/Guitar/Bass/Drums/Percussion/2 Tpt/2 Tbn/Alto, Tenor Sax

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Price
$250
Voicing
SATB
Functions
Ballad
Difficulty
Difficult

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