My life flows on

My life flows on
for SATB choir and piano (or strings); duration c.3 mins.

My life flows on is a lively tribute to the traditional song ‘How can I keep from singing’, often thought to have been written by Robert Lowry. An imitative scalic duet, firstly between sopranos and altos, and then tenors and basses, leads to a fuller texture in which the imitative material is combined with the traditional song, leading to a happy conclusion welcoming the joy of singing.

Scrolling Score (live, with strings)

Scrolling Score (digital, with piano)

To buy:
Digital downloads (instant pdfs) worldwide from JW Pepper,  Sheet Music Direct, or Sheet Music Plus (prices vary)
Printed copies (please allow time for printing and delivery) from JW Pepper in USA (for price see website) or by contacting Colne Edition in UK (£2.50 post free in UK but postage extra elsewhere, 5 copies minimum)

My life flows on is a movement from the cantata Endless Song, for SATB choir and strings (quartet, quintet, or orchestra), or piano