Translated from the words of the Lord's Prayer, this epic song from the award-winning video game franchise Civilization was the first composition from a video game to be nominated for, and win, a Grammy.
The final movement of "The Sacred Veil", a twelve-movement work written with poet Charles Anthony Silvestri that chronicles the rich life of Tony and his late wife Julie, this plaintive piece serves as a
This setting is destined to take its place as one of the great arrangements of this classic spiritual. Highly rhythmic and ever energetic, with layered ostinatos and blues influences, it will be a great
The use of a djembe imparts a traditional African feeling to this easy original a cappella work. The Gatsnahos text, inspired by John Donne, has a theme of friendship and unity that all can relate to. "We
This elegant work has melodic interest, dramatic contrast, wonderful colors created by cluster chords, and a short but profound text.
This energetic original contemporary gospel piece has a wonderful groove and an uplifting message of self-empowerment. Staccato and accented vocals, expressive dynamics, and a repetition section moving up
Perhaps the most memorable song from the blockbuster movie, this inspirational text and captivating melody combine to create a song that is beloved by young and old. Dreams are the fuel that motivate our
Modimo is a song of praise and celebration from South Africa. Improvised percussion and a traditional Sesotho melody make for a grounded and deep sound your singers will immediately connect with. A
Eslon Hindundu of Namibia has beautifully arranged this song from his country for choir and soloists. Sounding both otherworldly and peaceful, this interesting work has great appeal for a wide variety of
From two very important composers of our time, the lyrics in this monumental work challenge ideas of racism and discrimination, while the music combines jazz and traditional choral techniques. No
A poignant poem by Shelley set so that the combination of the poem and the music are permeated with passion, melancholy, and sweetness.
"Sorida" is a term of greeting in the Shona language of Zimbabwe, similar to "shalom" in Hebrew or "jambo" in Swahili. This massive original work features six percussion instruments, layered divisi vocal
A cappella sensation Pentatonix created a tender arrangement of this classic Simon and Garfunkel chart topper from 1965. This choral adaptation offers the option to sing it a cappella, a la Pentatonix, or
Celebrating the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman, the critically acclaimed film "Harriet" features this amazing song performed by Cynthia Erivo. With strong spiritual and gospel influences, this powerful