The Wilhousky setting of this 19th-century hymn is possibly the most heartfelt musical pronouncement of American patriotism. Divisi sections in all parts are accessible and still richly expressive with
One of Bach's earliest chorale cantata's, this was probably intended for a performance at Easter in 1707. Scored for SATB soloists, choir, cornetto, trombone, violin, viola & ... view details
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This chorale cantata was composed in Leipzig for Reformation Day and is based on Martin Luther's hymn Ein feste Burg
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Compose Yourself! by James Stephenson has the perfect blend of education and entertainment. Students learn about the instruments of the orchestra and even get to participate in composing a piece
Edited by Jonathan Del Mar. For piano & orchestra. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. The editor has closely
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Edited by Tobias Gloecker. For double bass & orchestra. Urtext Edition. Edition for double bass & piano by Christoph Sobanski. Preface in Ger. and Eng. This edition
This haunting, powerful, and aggressive work draws inspiration from a type of strobe light that can put an observer into a state of "threshold consciousness," or being half asleep. The music portrays
Originally for band, this classic orchestration showcases Vaughan Williams' mastery of bringing English folk songs into the orchestral repertoire.
A "fantasia" in the truest sense, this choral tapestry of English carols was composed in 1912 after Vaughan Williams had completed the scores for his first symphony ("The Sea") and the Tallis fantasia. In
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