Where Way is None is the second of a three-piece set entitled Facets of Love. The three short pieces are all on texts from poems by Ralph Waldo Emerson:
- The Amulet
- Where Way is None
- Thine Eyes Still Shined for Me
The set takes a trip through the unfolding of love. Where Way is None winds and weaves its way to a fitting climax as it depicts that love knows no bounds.
Suitable for University and advanced High School choirs.
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- SATB divisi, Piano
- Text by Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Level: Advanced
- Duration: ~1:15
Published by Lane Johnson Music
Love on his errand bound to go
Can swim the flood and wade through snow,
Where way is none, 't will creep and wind
And eat through Alps its home to find.