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A celebration of life, unity, and music, this is a setting of a poem by the 19th-century English author John Addington Symonds. The text speaks of the future with hope, with the healing and transforming
Totally cheeky and irreverent, this tune from Monty Python's "Spamalot" is a terrific concert feature, complete with whistling and a kick-line ending! "When you're chewin' on life's gristle, don't grumble."
Robert Frost's distinguished poem comes to life in this expertly-crafted original. Easily learned, it is predominated by unison singing, though all parts are given equal opportunity to sing the melody. The
The Gift of Life is a six-movement work was written in honor of Terry Price and in memory of Alice Marie Lind. The first performance took place in April, 2015 at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church
A traditional memorial text with spiritual roots has been adapted by the composer in a setting that is simple and honest. With an unadorned melody set in a beautiful musical language with open, transparent
Based upon a deeply moving secular text by Emily Dickinson, this four-part mixed divisi work opens with an extended a cappella section. Then the piano accompaniment enters as the voices cascade, washing
"A life that's full of wonder is a wonderful life." Zendaya's powerful ballad from the animated movie "Smallfoot" encourages us all to be curious about the unknown. The beautiful choral adaptation
Rhythmic, driving, and intense, this is a rich selection for three-part treble choruses. A lesser-known spiritual speaking to themes of home, journey, and trial, this is an accessible and dynamic
Tree of Life is an expansive setting for mixed voices and piano of David Warner's evocative text depicting the sacred archetype of the life-giving tree through the seasons. The vocal texture
With a text based on Psalm 150, this a cappella anthem uses spiritual, jazz, and gospel elements. After a contemplative opening, the music shifts to upbeat and declamatory as the basses lay down an ostinato
This is the perfect graduation anthem—a celebration of life, confident and strong, a look to the hopeful future ahead. Scored for mixed chorus with piano and ocean drum, the work would also be
This high energy work, set for voices, piano and optional handbells, is full of energy and drive. Centered around the Latin phrase "carpe diem," the words and music combine to urge all to truly "seize the
An opening and closing solo line presents the melody and theme of this piece: that though we may travel near and far, "Home's our adventure; You're home to to me." This introspective text is beautifully set
The artistic setting of Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's poem Leaving was a prize winner for this young composer. An elegant piano accompaniment frames this work and creates an additional voice in the
Text painting abounds in this setting of a Dickinson poem concerning the brief time gifted to our human condition. With its sensitive text setting, interesting harmonic palette, and atypical accompaniment,
The work opens with a sardonic take on the title line, the first reaction being one of malice towards recollection. The piece then transitions to a nostalgic perspective, as continued pondering gives way to
Capturing the wonder, joy and optimism of winter with words and music of possibility and the energy of life in motion. Unlike many of Sara Teasdale's poems which struggle with depression, here she
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