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All The Whiskey In Heaven
All The Whiskey In Heaven All The Whiskey In Heaven
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

Charles Bernstein's beautiful poem, set for men's chorus. The poem expresses so much within a brief, four-verse form. Harmony is used to color the text's rich imagery while honoring the poem's lyrical and

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And Still The Stars Shine
And Still The Stars Shine And Still The Stars Shine
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"And Still The Stars Shine" is an exciting new telling of the Christmas story. The arrangement features rich melodic lines, accessible harmonies, and a contemporary piano accompaniment in 3/4. It concludes

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Apple Pie
Apple Pie Apple Pie
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"Apple Pie" is a novel, fun, upbeat and humorous tale of two friends searching for their favorite dessert. It was the winner of the Wasatch Chorale Ars Nova Composition Competition; their call for scores asked... view details
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Celebrate A New Day
Celebrate A New Day Celebrate A New Day
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A Clear Midnight
A Clear Midnight A Clear Midnight
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

A setting of the brief yet powerful poem by Walt Whitman (from "Leaves of Grass"). The score takes its cue from the meditative nature of the text. There is a contemplative tone throughout, laced with subtle... view details
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Community of Unity
Community of Unity Community of Unity
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

An exciting and uplifting piece written specifically for civic and municipal events. Beginning with a lyrical, unison verse, the soundscape opens up to a chorus in 2-part harmony. A driving, rhythmic piano... view details
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Community of Unity
Community of Unity Community of Unity
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"Community of Unity" is an exciting and uplifting piece written specifically for civic and municipal events. Beginning with a lyrical, unison verse, the soundscape opens up to a chorus in 3-part harmony. A... view details
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Coney Island
Coney Island Coney Island
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"Coney Island," was written by Pulitzer prize winning American poet Sara Teasdale (1884-1933) and was first published in 1911 in the collection "Helen of Troy and Other Poems." Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she... view details
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Entrance
Entrance Entrance
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"Entrance" is a new choral composition for SATB choir w/piano accompaniment. The inspiring, secular text is by Dana Gioia, former US poet laureate. It invites the listener to find new discoveries, new... view details
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Golden Apples Of The Sun
Golden Apples Of The Sun Golden Apples Of The Sun
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

Golden Apples Of The Sun (SATB, unaccompanied) is a joyful, rhythmic piece with lyrics inspired by a Yeats poem. Accessible, uptempo and exhilarating, it is ideal for civic events and celebrations. It is a

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Heaven
Heaven Heaven
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

The Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York has a "Poetry in Motion" series that puts posters of poetry in subway cars. I was on the 1 train on Manhattan's West Side one day when I saw the poem "Heaven," by... view details
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If Ever There Is
If Ever There Is If Ever There Is
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"If Ever There Is" is a setting of "John's Song," by American poet Robert Creeley (1926-2005). The poem has a dedication to the poet John Taggart; the style of wordplay and repetition here can also be found in... view details
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If I Can Sing, I Still Am Free
If I Can Sing, I Still Am Free If I Can Sing, I Still Am Free
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"If I Can Sing, I Still Am Free" was the winner of the San Diego choir SACRA/PROFANA's 2014 composition competition and was also a 2016 Idaho HS All-state selection. It's an ideal piece for festivals and

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In Those Years, No One Slept
In Those Years, No One Slept In Those Years, No One Slept
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

The text of "In Those Years, No One Slept" is a scene from a time of conflict/war, by Romanian-American immigrant Claudia Serea. The score is at once rhythmic and exciting, haunting and unsettling. It was a

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The Smallest Song
The Smallest Song The Smallest Song
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"The Smallest Song," a setting of a text by American poet Martha Collins, is a gentle piece, full of warmth and intimate emotion. The wordplay in the text is matched in the composition; phrases are slightly... view details
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Voices Taking Flight
Voices Taking Flight Voices Taking Flight
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"Voices Taking Flight" is an uptempo and energetic piece written for youthful male voices. It is rhythmic, dynamic, and contains accessible harmonies throughout. Its a lively concert opener, appropriate for... view details
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We Are The Future
We Are The Future We Are The Future
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"We Are The Future" is an easy, unison choral song for early elementary school choirs. With lyrics that inspire children to be responsible citizens, it's an accessible piece filled with hope. The piano... view details
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We Will Shine Like The Sun
We Will Shine Like The Sun We Will Shine Like The Sun
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"We Will Shine Like The Sun" is an up-tempo, 2-part piece for treble voices. The empowering text inspires imagination with optimistic lyrics that are ideal for young singers. The score includes a driving piano... view details
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The Wind
The Wind The Wind
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"The Wind" was commissioned by the Organization of American Kodaly Educators as a result of Rich Campbell winning the Ruth Boshkoff Composition Prize. The text is from Robert Louis Stevenson's 1885 "A Childs... view details
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Winter Stars
Winter Stars Winter Stars
Rich Campbell - Pay The Band Music

"Winter Stars" was written by Pulitzer Prize winning American poet Sara Teasdale (1884-1933) and was first published in 1920 in the collection "Flame & Shadow." She grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, found

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