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The grandeur of Ralph Waldo Emerson's "skyborn music" text creates a canvas for Dan Forrest's magnificent sonorities in this superb selection for choir and soloist with piano or optional strings.
This artful original work celebrates the friendship between a bird and a child who both feel like outsiders. When they sing a duet, the exuberant spirit of their song brings everyone together. Your treble
Featured in Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir 4, bringing over 8000 submissions from 101 countries from around the world, Fly to Paradise is taken from the award-winning musical "Paradise
Younger choirs will build important choral skills with this tender setting of a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. Alternating between modal and major key tonality, the part-writing is carefully crafted,
A confident invitation to song, this artful choral is a celebration of the power of music in our lives. The positive message will inspire and encourage your musicians to change the world with song.
Here is the famous theme from the motion picture "The Mission" in a distinctive setting written for the choral group Conspirare. With the choir providing a rich, wordless tapestry of sound, the featured duo
According to Japanese legend, anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish. This song is based on the true story of a young Japanese girl, Sadako Sasaki, who became a symbol of peace
Selected quotes of Mother Teresa are woven together to create a stunning lyric of love and compassion. With melody and harmony weaving above a flowing piano accompaniment and optional violin, the new SATB
"Singing is a beautiful thing to be shared with the world!" This is the uplifting message of this joyful original work dedicated to Henry Leck and the Indianapolis Children's Choir on their 30th
The simple Latin prayer expanded with additional English lyrics unfolds naturally in a sweet and open way. This accessible work makes a wonderful benediction for a concert or service, and though written for
Younger and developing choirs will build important choral skills with this flowing setting of acclaimed writer Paul Laurence Dunbar's poem Sunset. Well crafted for the changing voice, composer
This reflective poetry by Sara Teasdale forms the lyric framework for this lovely two-part setting. Ideal for encouraging a light head voice tone, phrasing and dynamic contrast in young choirs.
Your singers will love rehearsing and performing this rhythmic celebration based on traditional African music. Layered vocal lines, call and response, and the vitality of the congas, claves and djembe will
"Celebrate, celebrate! Shout! Shout! Shout!" This exciting original will be equally effective for holiday or general concert performances. The rhythmic underlay gives it a colorful, effervescent quality
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