Winter Stars


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The Story

A fitting piece for the winter season (or any time of year), "Winter Stars" provides a sense of hope found in the steadfastness of the stars. Each year, the constellation Orion returns in the winter sky, reminding us that even when there is war and violence and sadness in our lives, we can find hope and constancy in the cosmos.

SSAA & piano




University of Montana Cantemus Women's Chorus. David Edmonds, conductor.



Winter Stars
Sara Teasdale

I went out at night alone;
The young blood flowing beyond the sea
Seemed to have drenched my spirit's wings --
I bore my sorrow heavily.
But when I lifted my head
From shadows shaken on the snow,
I saw Orion in the east
Burn steadily as long ago.
From windows in my father's house,
Dreaming my dreams on winter nights,
I watched Orion as a girl
Above another city's lights.
Years go, dreams go, and youth goes too,
The world's heart breaks beneath its wars,
All things are changed, save in the east
The faithful beauty of the stars.


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