The 2013 Raymond W. Brock Memorial Commission featuring timely and poignant text by Emily Dickinson. The poems express the extreme complexity of Beauty, even in the most simple of occurrences. A clear and
Chausson's classic French art song is stunning in this arrangement for women's voices. The unique text explores the characteristics of the Greek goddess Hebe. Performed with either piano or harp
"My Sorrow, when she's here with me, thinks these dark days of autumn rain are beautiful as days can be..." Robert Frost's beautifully sorrowful poem is treated with loving care in this superb setting. Use
Set to the Latin "Pulchra es amica mea" text from "Song of Solomon," this a cappella work is inspired by the beauty of the aurora borealis as seen by the composer in his native Norway.
Now Touch the Air Softly, a lovely poem by William Jay Smith, has been set with great care for developing voices. A simple, lilting piano accompaniment and a dancing oboe part combine with the
Ola Gjeilo's first publication for developing voices, featuring lyrics by Charles Anthony Silvestri, explores the unique qualities of each of the four seasons. A supportive piano part and an optional,
Madeline L'Engle's The Sky Is Strung with Glory, an excerpt from her poem Instruments (1), is rich in evocative imagery that ties celestial elements to musical experiences. Set for treble
Singable in either English or Spanish, this sweet original for treble voices describes the sleeping sea and what it would be like to hold something so large in our arms, and to rock it to sleep as if it
Inspired by a poem by Joyce Sutphen, Some Glad Morning allows us to see spring through the poet's eyes: the early green like "leafy birds," the ground breaking open as "dark as coffee beans," and
A lovely poem by Sara Teasdale inspired this tender, beautiful choral setting, perfect for women's choirs at the high school level. "I sang my songs for the rest, for you I am still; the tree of my song is
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