Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies is an Appalachian folk song that has been given a new original melody in this lilting setting. The lyrical choral parts set up a wonderful contrast with the
This is the perfect feature for middle school boys! The lyrics, based on a poem by James Barton Adams, glamorize the life of a cowboy while the music supports the voices and lays down a solid, riding beat.
Dan Davison's gift for writing for developing voices is exemplified through this driving original based on the Biblical story of Elijah. The music is filled with articulations such as staccatos, tenutos,
Utilizing a classical style of composition, this new piece just might transport you back to the time of Mozart! Full of educational opportunities, the musical style and interpretation is authentic sounding,
This original setting, with optional string quartet, in neo-classical style is an excellent teaching piece and a very effective performance selection as well, for any time of year.
This lively sacred concert opener has a syncopated rhythmic feel that is truly uplifting! The four-hand piano accompaniment is essential to creating the desired effect. "O sing to the Lord, you saints of
This energetic Latin-style piece is a great opener, closer or encore number! Melodic and fun, with Spanish lyrics, handclaps, finger snaps and other body percussion, it's a party fixin' to happen! (With
This vigorous work based on Psalm 98 employs alternating 3/4 and 6/8 meter with excellent effect. It's short and sweet, with lots of excitement to make it a good opener.
Beginning in the style of Gregorian chant, this piece then opens up with contrasting rhythms and interesting harmonies that bring a modern style. With Latin text and strong musical elements, this original
Written specifically with young developing choirs in mind, this exciting spiritual arrangement features comfortable vocal ranges and easy-to-learn choral parts. This rhythmic setting abounds with solo
The beloved spiritual is presented for young mixed choirs with a brisk tempo, fun accents and syncopations. Accompanied by a pulsating ostinato-like bass line, the rhythmic accompaniment adds interest and