The transcendent glory of the traditional Latin text is treated with great sensitivity and depth in this superb setting for capable sanctuary, concert or festival choirs! With sweeping vocal lines and
Featuring alternating English, Basque and Latin text, this thrilling setting proclaims the joy of singing to God. Already much-loved around the world due to performances at the 2011 World Choral Symposium
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In this stunning choral tapestry, the beloved Latin text is set with lush harmonies, vivid tonal colors and wonderful dynamic contrasts. It is an absolutely gorgeous soundscape for better a cappella choirs.
"I am thankful for the journey...I am hopeful for the future...since I lay my burdens down." While this choral work is indeed a gospel powerhouse, it maintains a restrained, easy gospel feel that
This exciting interpretation of Charles Anthony Silvestri's famous text explores emotion, and is truly impressive in performance. The careful time in the choir room will yeild stunning results in
Here is a stunning, thoughtful setting of The Lord's Prayer in Afrikaans, which is one of the official languages spoken in South Africa. The composer captures the mystery of the text as contrasts
Eric Whitacre's Sainte-Chapelle, inspired by the medieval Parisian chapel, was written for the Tallis Scholars. It depicts that stained glass masterpiece through sustained plainchant-like lines
Extracted from Kim Andre Arnesen's "Magnificat," this luscious setting opens with a hauntingly gorgeous soprano solo. Undulating choral rhythms and sublime a cappella moments make this a piece not to be
A rhythmic ostinato on "la la la la la" is a compelling element of this jazz-influenced original on the traditional Latin text. Appropriate for better high school and university choirs, it will produce a
The original tune and lyrics for this piece are by William Billings and have been adapted for mixed chorus, optional percussion and piano by Gwyneth Walker. The mournful spirit of early Americana in the
The beloved poem by William Blake is here expressed with great sensitivity through music. The composer takes us to a dramatic climax in the penultimate phrase, and then concludes with a tender ending, "God
What if Daft Punk and Pentatonix collaborated to remix an ancient Gregorian chant? That's what this sounds like. A radical modernization of the ancient Easter sequence involving elements of
Full of sonorous harmonies and flowing lines, this superb setting of Psalm 43 unfolds as though you are watching a flower blossom before your eyes. It is absolutely stunning. Highly recommended!
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