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Lovely!  I'd like to know what the words are as well!  

You use every inch of the standard soprano range here.  This piece will be a lovely show piece for many singers, but you would open your works up to more voices and potentially increase the number of performances, and the quality of those performances if you were slightly more conservative in your use of range for future pieces.  For singers, the body is the instrument.  If you have even a little cold, you tend to lose the extremes of your range for a few days.  If you want to go this high, but don't also go quite so low, singers and their pianists can do an emergency transposition down a step if necessary, without bottoming out.  You could also provide a transposition in a key suitable for mezzo voice, and pick up a few more performances.  

This is great!

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I really liked this piece! There's a fair deal of rhythmic variation and some mode mixture which keeps things interesting, but overall it still feels grounded and consistent. And you've managed to come up with a memorable main theme that ties the piece together very nicely.

I'm trying to think of a criticism but I can't come up with any – all I can say is that it would sound much better with an actual singer performing!

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