How Can I Keep From Singing? was commissioned by Cantus in 2014 for their album A Harvest Home and subsequent tours through Northern Europe, the Baltic States, and United States. Written as a companion
Opening with a slow, unaccompanied statement of the refrain, this dramatic setting of the traditional spiritual then unfolds in a tremendously exciting way. Includes optional congas and electric bass.
Here's an exciting work for men's chorus that will make a great concert opener! Mostly in 7/8 meter, it will give a nice but achievable challenge to your men's chorus. A good selection for honor choirs and
The tarantella, meaning "spider dance," is a popular Italian dance with origins in the eleventh century from the villages of Tanto and Tarentum ("little spider"). Portions of Christopher Smart's (1722-1771)
Setting a prose text penned by Helen Keller, composer and conductor Andrea Ramsey has created a sensitive yet powerful a cappella work that explores the theme, "All that we love deeply becomes part of
Dick Bolks has taken this Jack Halloran classic and made it accessible for accompanied or a cappella choirs while retaining the enthusiasm of the original. This is guaranteed to be the highlight of your
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