This beautiful lyric ballad, which practically sings itself, tells about the special power music has to lift our hearts and minds. Don Besig at his best!
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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,
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This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
This mysterious and thought-provoking concert work begins with the simple call of "I hear oceans" and melts into lush choral writing enhanced by interesting harmonies and textures. This unusual choral will
"I loved you, and perhaps I love you still..." Powerful in its simplicity, this poem by Aleksandr Pushkin inspires Jay Rouse's emotional choral setting, which uses contemporary harmonies and a sweeping
A tale of the sea and unrequited love is artfully set here for SSA voices. This original poem is a bittersweet cry of the heart and is supported by an impressionistic piano accompaniment. The Mermaid's
This hauntingly beautiful original piece captures the essence of the nightingale's song. The tender text is set with a delicately spun melody and flowing piano accompaniment in a gorgeous harmonic structure
Paralleling the voyages we make through life with those of a river flowing to the sea, this poignant original work creates a thoughtful and meaningful atmosphere that will bring out the best in your choir.
This is an exceptional piece for young women's choirs! Emily Pauline Johnson's poem about a storm forming in the western sky is delightfully set, with beautiful text painting. The vocals sing in unison,
This beautiful gospel-styled song, based on a secular text spun from the river-is-life metaphor, is perfect for graduation or virtually any performance. The human's quest for moments of peace and
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A tuneful Quaker melody is transformed with additional music and original text, creating a playful and thoughtful work celebrating the love of friendship. Beginning with the simple melody, the piece
Brahms' radiant Lied is crafted into this lovely SSA choral work. Unison singing establishes the melody then breaks off into three-part harmony. Individual part-singing in the second verse makes this small
This was originally a four-part canon, or round. The lyrics invite those with "difficulty to come to the choir with the promise of happiness and peace." For a cappella voices, it is a joyful invitation to
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