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
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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
This evocative anthem, taken from Sarah Quartel's larger work Snow Angel, is a piece in two sections. Opening with a haunting cello line, the first section is mystical and ethereal. With the
This original composition sets the composer's own text celebrating freedom of expression and the music within each of us. Accompanied by hand drum and piano, the piece is an exciting and engaging sing
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
Sarah Quartel gives us a fresh take on a familiar 15th-century Christmas text with her arrangement for unaccompanied SSAA voices with an optional part for handbells, percussion, or the chime stop on the
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