Gettysburg Address

Henry Hadley. 1941.

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This composition for vocal soloist, four-part choir, and piano has the soloist’s voice (Lincoln) end on “shall not have died in vain,” while the choir (the citizenry) sings the concluding “new birth of freedom” rhetorical flourish.

Image of Gettysburg Address

This composition for vocal soloist, four-part choir, and piano has the soloist’s voice (Lincoln) end on “shall not have died in vain,” while the choir (the citizenry) sings the concluding “new birth of freedom” rhetorical flourish.

Image of Gettysburg Address

This composition for vocal soloist, four-part choir, and piano has the soloist’s voice (Lincoln) end on “shall not have died in vain,” while the choir (the citizenry) sings the concluding “new birth of freedom” rhetorical flourish.

Metadata Details
Item Type Sheet music
Title Gettysburg Address
Creator Henry Hadley
Publication Date 1941
Call Number Driscoll, Section 6, Box 150, Lincoln Folder
Location General Collections