"Way up yonder above the moon, a bluebird sits in a silver spoon. Kitty alone and I..." This Irish nonsense song is a whirling, twirling kaleidoscope of sound - an excellent showcase for treble choirs in
A brilliant, trumpet-like choral fanfare opens this regal work and reappears throughout in response to the softer, contrasting passages. Lots of block chords and a bright tempo help to make this a terrific
This original work reflects upon the famous rocky slopes and dramatic scenery of Scotland's Isle of Skye and the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie. With a folk-like quality and flute obbligato, this is an
Hear the steady sound of the mill wheel in this brisk setting of the French Canadian folk song, which uses alternate French and English text. "I hear the windmill, tick-a tick-a tack-a..." Use
Ruth Elaine Schram's wonderfully creative arrangement exudes a wistful, fresh take on this Scottish folk song favorite and features the Robert Louis Stevenson text. The violin part provides a welcome
This English folk tune tells a story from the Victorian era of a girl who sewed and was delighted to receive a "paper of pins" from her suitor along with a host of other gifts, though all she wished for was
This artful setting of the Sara Teasdale poem is a stunning choice for concert or festival. A lyrical, flowing accompaniment supports the graceful, beautiful choral sonorities, with the floating soprano
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