"Beyond the silver mountains, beyond the beautiful hills, my spirit and joy, my lovely one, has gone, and winds have been stilled." Douglas Wagner wrote this tender song of parting shortly after his
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This reflective setting based on the Irish folk tune Slane features warm harmonies, accessible vocal parts, and richly textured lyrics that speak of love's powerful grasp on our lives. "Love has no
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." The timeless poetry of Robert Frost is poignantly captured in this beautiful setting for mixed
Take a winding journey down the river, riding on the buoyant notes of the flowing piano part. This uplifting nature-inspired choral will move choirs to sound their very best. Equally delightful to sing and
This setting of the well-known Elizabethan poem utilizes contemporary harmonies and a tightly knit choral fabric to exude the emotions of the text. River-themed ostinati and cascading sixteenth notes in the
Featuring comfortable ranges and a beautifully supportive accompaniment, this introspective piece offers a powerful and inspiring message: "Imagine if no bound'ries could impede us; Imagine what a world we
A tender text, a sweet melody, and warm harmonies come together in this gentle lullaby for SSA choirs. The tessitura is well chosen, allowing your girls to sing in the sweet spot of their voices. Fun fact:
Full of beautiful choral harmonies and lyrical voice leading, this piece provides a taste of advanced choral singing within an overall accessible setting. This emotionally-charged concert piece will tug at
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Straight out of the pages of the Great American Songbook comes this Irving Berlin standard, dished up for men's ensemble in an easy swing style. Beginning in unison and then adding a dash of simple harmony,
"That which we are, we are; one equal temper of heroic hearts, made weak by time and fate, but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield." These immortal lines of undaunted courage and
"Deep peace of a soft white dove to you; Deep peace of a quiet rain; Deep peace of the ebbing wave to you. Deep peace I send to you." This incredibly beautiful and heartrending setting of a precious text by
Boasting a freshly updated set of lyrics, this arrangement is a staple of men's a cappella choral repertoire, designed to instill confidence in performance with its supportive piano accompaniment and
"Yet one thing I can tell you, still one thing that I know: Wherever fortune calls me, then that's where I must go!" A bold statement of the courage to persevere and to follow one's heart against all odds
Perhaps the most famous of Schubert's lieder, this charming art song has been adapted for young developing choirs. The choice of key fits comfortably within range and the choice to sing in the original