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The Prayer (from Quest for Camelot)

By Celine Dion

Choir Secular SATB choir and piano accompaniment (SATB choir)
By Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli. By David "Babyface" Foster and Carole Bayer Sager. Edited by Bob Dingley. Arranged by Teena Chinn. Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Pop choral octavo (SATB). Pop Vocal, Adult Contemporary and Choral. Octavo. With chord names. 12 pages. Alfred Music #00-CH9991. Published by Alfred Music (AP.CH9991).

Item Number: AP.CH9991

9x12 inches. English.

Combine the singing talents of Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli and the songwriting talents of Carole Bayer Sager and David Foster and you have a winner! Winner of the 1999 Golden Globe for "Best Song." Also nominated for the 1999 Academy Award for "Best Song." Available in SATB, SAB, & Accompaniment CD.

About Alfred Pop Choral Series

The Alfred Pop Series features outstanding arrangements of songs from the popular music genre. These publications provide exciting, contemporary, and educationally-sound arrangements for singers of all ages, from elementary through high school, to college and adult choirs.

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  • 5

    Rose Dall
    Ashburn, Virginia
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  • March 17, 2009 Beautiful arrangement

    This arrangement was a beautiful SATB version of the popular song, well suited for a teenage ensemble or high school choir, youth church choir, or college choir. The arrangement was not difficult to pick up. We opted to sing the English portion instead of the Italian lyrics (midsection) and we...

    found the lyrics absolutely beautiful & touching in a religious setting. I would recommend this piece for a choir program, if you are looking for a piece that is lyrical, not too difficult to teach or learn in a short span of time, but has a popular appeal, to intersperse perhaps between more difficult pieces, thus rounding out a nice program.

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