In this a cappella setting by Swiss composer Ivo Antognini, the theme is presented three times, each with small variations. The melody is very singable, and at some moments sounds quite similar to gregorian
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This bold, celebratory adaptation of Psalm 8 is a must for high school and collegiate women's choirs. Canticle is a dance of joy that culminates in ecstatic, nearly frenzied exclamations of
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
Commissioned by the St. Olaf Festival in Trondheim, Norway, Even When He Is Silent masterfully expresses the sentiment of the text - hope in times of despair. Beautifully melodic, with rich
This exciting mixed-meter piece is excerpted from Kim Andre Arnesen's "Magnificat." The composer has the voices in unison, two parts and four parts throughout. This variety keeps the excitement going. While
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
Capturing the joy and exhilaration of the ancient text, this memorable setting will quickly earn a well-deserved place in women's choral literature for concert, festival, and Christmas programs. The piano
Composer Carolyn Pirtle says "Psalm 150 represents the culmination of the entire book of Psalms. Its exhortation to the entirety of creation to praise God is reflected in this setting through the
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