Douglas Wagner sensitively sets the lyrical melody of this beloved carol in 4/4 time. With organ accompaniment and delightful choral textures, Wagner effectively paints a timeless picture. Effective,
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The core message of the Christian faith is beautifully expressed in this anthem from Douglas E. Wagner and Ronald Cadmus. Beginning gently and lyrically, it gradually builds to a joyous conclusion.
This affirmative anthem is one of Douglas E. Wagner's best-known sacred works, available in print once again. From the exultant opening to the lyrical central section celebrating that "God is Love," this
"Beyond the silver mountains, beyond the beautiful hills, my spirit and joy, my lovely one, has gone, and winds have been stilled." Douglas Wagner wrote this tender song of parting shortly after his
This beautifully crafted anthem of discipleship incorporates the hymn tunes I LOVE THEE and JESUS LOVES ME. The accompaniment features interesting pianistic figures while supporting the choral parts. The
This gentle anthem celebrates God as the creator and sustainer of the world and all that is in it. The exultant music features beautiful harmonies that lift the soul towards God. The flowing piano part and
"Welcome season of delight. Welcome on this winter night." Open your December concert or madrigal dinner festivities with this sturdy, engaging choral fanfare. The largely independent piano part adds
Gentle forward motion and soaring melodic lines create a unique interpretation of this popular traditional text. Contrasting legato vocal lines with a flowing eighth-note-driven piano part come together in
Douglas Wagner's ring-and-sing setting of Martin Nystrom's contemporary classic based on Psalm 42 has become a classic. This beautiful ballad is now available in a new two-part mixed setting. The optional
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Opening with a stirring fanfare, this Easter-morning anthem is a proclamation of celebration! New resurrection lyrics are set to the sturdy FINLANDIA tune resulting in a fresh musical approach. Perfect for
This setting of the well-known Elizabethan poem utilizes contemporary harmonies and a tightly knit choral fabric to exude the emotions of the text. River-themed ostinati and cascading sixteenth notes in the
Straight out of the pages of the Great American Songbook comes this Irving Berlin standard, dished up for men's ensemble in an easy swing style. Beginning in unison and then adding a dash of simple harmony,
Featuring comfortable ranges and a beautifully supportive accompaniment, this introspective piece offers a powerful and inspiring message: "Imagine if no bound'ries could impede us; Imagine what a world we
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." The timeless poetry of Robert Frost is poignantly captured in this beautiful setting for mixed
This exciting, Broadway show-style opener will immediately grab your audience's attention and get them into the spirit of the season. Add in easy vocal parts and an upbeat, very Christmassy accompaniment
"Yet one thing I can tell you, still one thing that I know: Wherever fortune calls me, then that's where I must go!" A bold statement of the courage to persevere and to follow one's heart against all odds
A perfect opener for your holiday concert or Madrigal dinner, this inspired original partners with Deck the Hall and possesses all of the color and pageantry of a Renaissance court celebration.
This easy adaptation of a familiar William Boyce canon is complete with easy-to-sing melodic lines, comfortable ranges, and a supportive and interesting piano part. A perfect introduction to singing
This tender, lyrical setting of the classic William Blake poem from Songs of Innocence boasts rich vocal writing, tonal color, and an expressive piano accompaniment. A wonderful vehicle for
This clever partnering of two beloved Irish folk songs contains a lovely piano part that ties everything together. I Know Where I'm Goin' is sung in unison, then in canon form, followed by a light
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep, but I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep." The iconic Robert Frost poem is set to the familiar British folk tune O Waly Waly, and the result
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