Pepper Choplin's artful original text centers on the healing power of love. With music that is reminiscent of the melodic contours of a Schubert art song, this piece supports a full sound from ensembles of
"And this shall be for music, when no one else is near, such a fine song for singing, the rare song to hear!" And such a fine song this is, through the marriage of memorable music to Robert Louis
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This splendid marriage of text and tune vividly portrays our eternal quest to connect with nature. Especially suited for Earth Day celebrations but appropriate year-round, listener and singer alike are in
Marked to be performed "boisterously," this original Michael Gray work in the style of a sea chantey is a true choral classic!
Commissioned for a premiere performance at the Texas Music Educators Association 2000 convention, Joseph Martin's Come to the Music is alive and electric with driving rhythm, memorable melodies,
This vivid concert work for young voices portrays the emergence of the adult dragonfly, with dazzling, jewel-like sapphire wings, through layered vocal lines and shifting 6/8 to 3/4 metric feel. Accessible
Greg's stunning setting of the Vachel Lindsay poem features an expressive accompaniment that flows and weaves underneath the soaring melodic lines which seem to rise and fall, as if flying. This exquisite
Soaring melodic lines, lush harmonies and an artfully crafted accompaniment grace this gorgeous piece, based on a poem by Edgar Allan Poe. The cello obbligato adds a special touch to this inspiring and
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