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,
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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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
A skillful setting of an Emily Dickinson poem. Symbolism abounds as the hope of a bird is brought to life. The fluttering accompaniment, interesting harmonies and melodic line all contribute to the feeling
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