Now available for mixed, treble, or male choirs, this original work contains lyric, legato vocal lines which unfold to reveal a subtle interplay between voices, interwoven with piano and an optional...
Playful and rhythmic, the nonsensical and happy-go-lucky narrative of this fourth movement of Chimes is enhanced by onomatopoeic text and thick chordal texture.
Soul Rejoicing opens with the stormy image of a band of horsemen riding fiercely in the darkness of a moonless night. Thus, with the sounds of pounding hooves and riders' shouts, begins...
The tenor solo and narrator are pivotal in this dark, story-telling second movement of Chimes, while the chorus repeatedly responds with tolling bells and ticking clocks.
In this seventh movement of Gavrilin's Choral Symphony, a solo oboe introduces a dreamy, richly textured expression of the approaching end of a man's - or a nation's - journey of enlightenment and...
Ti-Ri-Ri, the wordless fifth movement of Gavrilin's Choral Symphony, paints a colorful and theatrical scene. One can almost see young men and women gathering (for a dance, perhaps) and as...
The lamenting narrative about all that "can't" be during the winter is enhanced by tenor solo and varied choral textures in this plaintive movement.
This a cappella homophonic setting of the well-known Christopher Marlowe text, in compound meter, is lilting and enchanting yet accessible. Choirs of varying abilities will enjoy success as they explore the...
Absolutely beautiful, this a cappella original was inspired by the colors and nostalgia of the Kansas prairie in autumn. Lonely, empty spaces in the fading landscape evoke conflicting feelings of...
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This sensitive setting of Alfred Lord Tennyson's time-honored poem is a musical text painting, set to lush harmonic phrases and lyric melodies. The simple yet supportive accompaniment allows the vocals to...
Based on words from Song of Solomon, this expressive a cappella work is a little gem for intermediate or advanced choirs. The excellent part writing truly complements the beautiful text. "For lo! the winter...
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