This heartfelt setting begins with a pianissimo drone over which the sopranos introduce the expressive melody. With lush harmonies, moments of dynamic intensity and an overriding sense of awe, this a
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A mystical, atmospheric a cappella Epiphany carol for mixed voices, The Wise Men and the Star sets a text by Lucia Quinault depicting the journey of the magi. Tarney's appealing musical language
A lovely melody is retooled for Advent in this lush treatment. The choir moves in sweeping parallel chords, creating a thick tapestry of sound. The hope for a Redeemer is at the heart of this piece, and the
The familiar words from the prophet Isaiah are set to majestic and stirring music that depicts the light of illumination coming to God's people. Accompanied by organ, and with a cathedral ... view details
Nancy Raabe breathes new life into Phillips Brooks' O Little Town of Bethlehem with this evocative original setting. Choirs and congregations alike will enjoy the invitation to explore new
This haunting setting of the Canticle of Simeon shifts from a unison opening, to two and then three parts, finally concluding in a rich SATB texture. Equally at home in concert hall or quiet prayer
This joyous paraphrase of PHOS HILARON by Sylvia Dunstan is given an original tune by David Sims. Written for SAB choir and organ, the choral parts are accessible and the organ accompaniment is colorful and
Based on the hymn tune CHARTRES and a text by Cecil Frances Alexander, this interesting piece speaks of our devotion to God and all that God knows. It calls for children's choir or soloist, SATB choir and
Ring in the sounds of this 13th-century Christmas hymn with a dazzling new arrangement from Nick Palmer. This piece features two solo voices, with the choir (and assembly, if desired) singing the refrain
Steven Van Wye's setting of Quem stella sole pulchrior skillfully illuminates this text announcing Christ's birth. The legato movement in both the choral writing and the organ accompaniment
This powerful concertato is scored for SATB choir, congregation, and organ with optional brass quintet and timpani. The extended introduction opens with a fanfare, but also includes sections in which the
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