This joyful text celebrates the beauty found all around us in everyday life. Characterized by tight harmonies and a dynamic percussion line, the buoyant 7/8 meter of the opening drives the piece forward.
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Sarah Quartel's own inspiring text about the empowerment of singing is set to a catchy melody with imitative scat singing and a driving hand drum accompaniment. This piece has all the hallmarks of her
This work was inspired by the Radcliffe Ladies' Choir and their motto, "Friendship through singing." The lilting vocal lines are underpinned by a delicate piano part, and the opening performance direction
Available in editions for SSAA and for SATBB a cappella voices, Sarah Quartel's setting of How Can I Keep From Singing? is a lively reimagining of the 19th-century hymn. Opening with a solo verse,
Inspired by the text of poet E. Pauline Johnson, Sarah Quartel has created an energetic and fun piece for SSAA a cappella voices. The melody is shared between first and second sopranos. Concert music with a
Sarah Quartel's lyrical setting of a Langston Hughes poem is very nice for developing treble choirs. A lilting melodic line, lots of unison and simply harmonized vocals, and an effective piano part combine
"One little bird on a branch sits fanning amber wings to the passersby. Two little birds in flight are threading webs of gold in an endless sky..." This delightful piece will make your a cappella treble
This warm and heartfelt setting of words by the composer celebrates human personal growth, comparing this to the change of season from winter to spring. A rocking piano part underpins the eminently singable
In this fast and energetic piece, Quartel sets her own text celebrating the joy of singing. The melody weaves in and out of the texture, supported by dynamic vocal accompaniment and rhythmically driven by
The Parting Glass is a traditional Scottish song often sung as a farewell at the end of a get-together. Sarah Quartel's a cappella TTBB arrangement is very straightforward and singable. It features
Here is a lyric beauty for two-part treble voices, with lovely legato lines, a gorgeous piano part, and a picturesque text. "In my song there's a race through a wild green meadow, the sunshine so bright in
This atmospheric setting of words from Shakespeare's As You Like It is sprightly and uplifting, with singers being asked to perform with "a bit of frost and a knowing smile." Musically it includes
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