A perennial festival favorite, this tender Appalachian folk melody is given an artistic setting and wonderful piano accompaniment all the while maintaining the traditional folk flavor of the song. Not to be
Alternating between 6/8 and 2/4, this quiet, flowing arrangement of the Italian carol is a popular choice for unison voices in concert programs and contests and festivals alike.
"For well I know Thy hand will bless the seeker after righteousness." This sensitive, worshipful prayer is arranged from a Shaker hymn and superbly expresses the deepest longing of the redeemed soul.
What library would be complete without this exquisite piece by Randall Thompson? A dramatic work on the text of II Samuel 23:3,4 that runs the spectrum of dynamics and demands vocal control.
Saint Teresa of Avila's text ("Let nothing disturb you...") provided ample inspiration for the ever-creative Joan Szymko's sensitive setting. The cello is guitar-like in its accompaniment. A most colorful
A perennial festival favorite, particularly for younger choirs, the arranger catches the mood of the train theme of the piece in a most artistic and delightful fashion.
Available in several voicings, Niska Banja is a Serbian Roma dance popular throughout the Balkans. To Central Europeans, the 9/8 rhythm of 2-2-2-3 is as natural as a 4/4 rock beat is in North
A popular choice with festival choirs, this contemporary a cappella setting of a text by Michael Dennis Browne is from the opera "The Three Hermits."
An absolutely stunning setting of this beloved folksong. This arrangement appears on festival lists year after year in its original mixed voicing, and is destined to do the same revoiced for treble