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A beautiful, tender setting of the traditional Latin text that features delicate melodic lines and a fluid accompaniment. The contrasting middle section provides interest and movement, and the echoed
Whether performed on risers, as a processional, or encircling the audience, this celebratory fanfare is the perfect opening number for concert or festival and is appropriate for use throughout the school
Developing choirs will be motivated and engaged by this unique set of three, short, original a cappella pieces. Written in contrasting styles, the opening Gloria In Excelsis Deo is exuberant and
Lightfoot's expressive and poignant setting of the traditional Latin text, "on earth, peace," is graced by sweeping melody lines, a contrasting middle section in minor mode, and a pensive, thoughtful
Add some flourish to your next concert by programming this jubilant original featuring a macaronic text of Latin and English. Some accessible mixed meter adventures are sprinkled throughout this dynamic
Bursting with energy and joy, O Sing a Song Unto the Lord is a great addition to your worship service or concert program any time of the year. This
Joyous and uplifting, this vibrant setting of the familiar Latin text is a concert and festival winner. The 6/8 meter is ideally suited to a buoyant style, creating a light, sophisticated dance-like feel.
This distinctive setting of the mournful scriptural text begins with an introspective, chant-like introduction that belies the fiery torrent of personal frustration and rage to come. A beautiful legato
This original a cappella piece by composer Mark Miller is based on the traditional text Dona Nobis Pacem. A solo singer opens with the melody, and as the choir enters the piece gradually builds,
This dramatic and dynamic fanfare or call to worship with a text from Psalm 100, verses 1 and 2 is enhanced by a vibrant, rhythmic piano accompaniment. An exuberant and energetic showcase for treble choirs
Truly lovely from beginning to end, featuring expert part-writing from composer Mark Burrows. With a text filled with anticipation of the Savior's coming, this piece grows from a subtle opening to a
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