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K. Lee Scott

K. Lee Scott (b.1950) is widely known throughout the United States as a conductor and composer of choral music. His more than 250 published compositions, arrangements, and editions are represented in the catalogues of 15 publishing companies. In addition to many choral works, he has written an opera and has published works for organ, solo voice, and brass.

A graduate of the University of Alabama School of Music with two degrees in choral music under the tutelage of Frederick Prentice, Scott has served as an adjunct faculty member at both the University of Alabama School of Music and the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Music. His appearances as guest conductor and clinician have taken him throughout the United States, to Canada, and Africa.

  Choral octavos
New! Ave Verum Corpus, (K. Lee Scott, SATB, opt. kybd., 410-416, Mod. diff.)
Holy, Holy, Holy (K. Lee Scott, SATB, organ, brass quartet, timp., perc., opt. cong., 425-612, Mod. diff.)
Lift Up Your Heads (K. Lee Scott, SATB, organ, opt. brass, perc., 410-846, Mod. diff.)
Servants of Peace (SATB, organ, opt. cong., 425-822, Mod. easy)


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