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The Storm

(aka "The Storm that Calms the Sea")

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Posted By: BryceTheBari, Fri, 27 Jul 2018 More from this user
Key written in: B♭ Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
Lyrics:(I could be) the storm that calms the sea, if you'll save me.
Comments:This is meant to be sung rather slow, but with a very free tempo. The fermatas are placed where I would sing notes longer than what's written (and where they will be heard in the learning tracks once I record them), but you can take artistic liberty on the tempo and length of the notes. Be careful of the third chord in the second measure, where the bass and tenor are singing an E and E-flat, respectively.

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