A haunting and contemporary a cappella arrangement of a wonderful old English carol. The subtle dissonance and tonal shifts make this a memorable and meaningful setting. Great for use within a liturgical
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Parry presents a fresh take on this popular 15th-century macaronic carol through appealing imitation, strong rhythmic interest, mixed meter, and imaginative harmonic language, culminating in a satisfying
This arrangement of the Spanish Toda la Tierra tune is set in a hymnlike form, yet the music never feels static as each statement is given a variety of textures throughout. From a simple
True choral textures set the time-honored text of this 17th-century carol with beauty and the spirit of wonder. The well-crafted homophonic choral parts are enhanced by a descant on the final verse. The
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Intrigues by the parallel images of a mother embracing her child at birth and again at death, the composer asked his mother, Laurie F. Gauger, to write a Christmas text that was equal parts lullaby and
This arrangement of the familiar carol begins very much like a traditional four-part setting but progresses in the expansion of the choral parts as the piece develops. The voice leading is superb and
Based on the carol Angels We Have Heard on High, this new arrangement opens with shepherds, represented in the music by tenor and baritone soli, hearing angel voices "o'er the mountains, guided by
Gentleness, warmth and light shine through this beautiful Christmas anthem. The text by Edward Caswall first appeared in Carols Old and Carols New in 1916. A beautiful and poetic retelling of the Christmas
Mark Hahn has written an elegant a cappella setting of a Christmas classic. Dynamic interplay among the voices, surprising harmonic progressions, and a soaring soprano descant on the final refrain make this
This is an advanced unaccompanied motet for skilled mixed divisi choirs. Written for the North Carolina Master Chorale Chamber Choir, this setting of "Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace"
Archer's innovative setting of this traditional text swings energetically between 7/8 and 6/8, presenting a fresh take on the original tune. Subtly shifting keys and choral textures illumine the verses.
Daniel Burton has crafted a tune in medieval dance style to match the well-known 14th-century Latin text Puer natus in Bethlehem ("A Child is born in Bethlehem"). The versatile keyboard
David Lasky has written an accessible motet on the familiar words of the prophet Isaiah foretelling the birth of Jesus. An excellent selection for a Lessons & Carols service or as an anthem during
Charles Coffin's French carol text has been translated into English and gorgeously set in a stunning a cappella carol for mixed divisi choirs. Certain to touch the hearts of all who hear it, this piece
This carol first appeared in the 1901 Cowley Carol Book, a collection of 15th-century tunes compiled by G.R. Woodward. The aeolian tonality gives the melody an ancient quality, while the surrounding variety
This gentle text from the province of Bas-Quercy in Southwest France begs for joyous birdcalls in celebration of Christ's birth. While the choir sings a lovely, smooth, original melody, sometimes with
This is a breathtaking Christmas carol for a cappella voices. Lisa M. Clark's enchanting text brings to focus the Lamb of God through a skillful retelling of Psalm 23. David von Kampen's musical
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