Loaded with excitement, this setting taken from Shakespeare’s famous "The Tempest" will have audiences both entertained... view details
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Written in the modern folk style, composer Allen Koepke has provided an inspirational, allegorical text that is sure to delight. The piano lends dramatic support to the finely styled vocal parts. A frequent...
In this, one of Schubert's first and most successful art songs, Gretchen reflects on her sudden infatuation with Faust. The piano accompaniment, with its relentless sixteenth notes in the right hand,...
This challenging a cappella work is set to the Emily Dickinson poem "Hope" is the thing with feathers. The setting of the text, the independence and interdependence of the vocal lines, and the...
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...
This major work by Z. Ranall Stroope adapts the text from an astronomical treatise and an advertisement by Galileo. This a cappella work includes tambourine and finger cymbals. A spectacular work that is...
"Will there really be a 'Morning?' Is there such a thing as 'Day?' Could I see it from the mountains if I were as tall as they?" This gentle and poignant musical setting focuses on the hope inherent in...
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