Renowned performer, conductor, teacher and composer Carol McClure draws upon her lifelong interest in the music of the Shaker communities of her native Kentucky. This rousing, compelling setting is perfect
A poignant setting of Psalm 137: "By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof." Skillfully voiced with
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This touching arrangement of the traditional Catalan carol Cold December's Winds Were Stilled equates Christ's birth in the cold of winter with the hope of springtime. Choral scoring ranges from
The third offering in the August Press Silent Night Project, this setting is approachable by smaller choirs, and features an gratifying role for the pianist in accompaniment.
A brilliant collaborative effort between long-time colleagues Tim Sharp, Executive Director of American Choral Directors Association, and highly-respected composer and arranger Wes Ramsay, Come Away to the
This Cambridge-trained composer offers a fresh and moving treatment of a beloved traditional text, The Gaelic Blessing. Scored simply for SATB and piano (or organ) and accessible to choirs of any
This folk-song setting of a famous poem by one of Scotland's greatest poets has been beautifully crafted by the Canadian-born composer Sarah McDonald. Accessible and artistically rewarding, it is suitable
Drawing upon her lifelong interest in the music of the Shaker communities of her native Kentucky, the composer created this rousing, compelling setting that is perfect for younger voices.
One of Bill Monroe's pioneering mandolin tunes is now transformed into a gospel classic in this wonderful choral arrangement for mixed voices. True to its beginnings, this work continues the bluegrass feel
A flowing, melodious choral setting of Horatius Bonar's famous communion text, created by Wes Ramsay. Scored for SATB, harp (or piano) with optional organ.
A moving, singable setting perfect for use during Holy Week or communion any time of the church year.
This work conveys the energy and urgency of the great Southern Harmony tune BOZRAH in this highly creative yet approachable anthem with Violin solo - played entirely in first position. Voice ranges
Carol McClure's gifts as composer, lyricist and arranger are all on display in Like David's Harp--soaring melody, poignant text, and flowing accompaniment. Harp part is written for a
Commissioned by Choir & Organ magazine for Daniel Hyde and the choir of St. Thomas Fifth Avenue Church in New York, the composer focuses his compositional skills on a classic Robert Herrick
Renowned performer, conductor, teacher and composer Carol McClure draws upon her lifelong interest in the music of the Shaker communities of her native Kentucky. This simple, effective setting is
Drawn from the music of the Shaker communities of Kentucky, this simple, effective setting is appropriate for younger voices and is a great teaching tool for exploring the historical context of this
Phillips Brooks, best known for his wonderful carol O Little Town of Bethlehem, authored this inspiring poem celebrating Christ's birth. Arranger Bruce Greer brings his insights to Wes Ramsay's
This a cappella setting of an old gospel favorite is authentic in style and mood. The arrangement is in a call-and-response format, with the solo voice presenting each question or statement of belief,
British composer Ben Ponniah's reputation has grown dramatically following the release of an album of his music performed by the Selwyn College Choir. O Lord, Support Us is his moving setting
Paul Trepte, recently retired as Organist and Director of Music of Ely Cathedral (UK), has created a remarkable setting of the Easter Passion drawn from the account of St. Luke, picking up the story at the
Commissioned by Tulsa Oratorio Chorus, River Medley weaves together three great American hymns that share the imagery of rivers: places of promise, of prayer and consecration, and points of departure and
The famed writing team of Ramsay and Sharp turn their attentions to the most famous carol in history. Their treatment provides a constant harmonic "forward motion" that leads to a thrilling final
The second offering in the August Press Silent Night Project, this setting includes subtle harmonies with a bit of dry humor thrown in for good measure: listen for a snippet of a lullaby along the way!