Stores 1-800-345-6296
 
FILTER +
SORT +
Sort by    
 Show
   View as Grid View List View Single Row View
Como el Padre
Como el Padre Como el Padre
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

This Spanish language setting of Jn 15:911 (As the Father has loved me so I have loved you) was written for two dear friends' wedding in Mexico City. It seeks to express the joy of love both human and divine.... view details
view details

Contemplation
Contemplation Contemplation
John Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

Silver Medal Award winner in the ChoralNet Showcase Dare of August 2015 in response to The Road Not Taken, and dedicated to ChoralNet founder Dr. James D. Feiszli, who provided the spark. The work deals with... view details
view details

Crucifixus
Crucifixus Crucifixus
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

This collection of meditations is based on Gregorian themes taken from a variety of sources. The polyphony depicts a broad range of emotions, from penitence and humility, to mystery and wonder, to gratitude

...
view details
view details

listen
Icon
view
Icon
watch
Icon
My Library
Description
Number
Level
Price
Qty
Listen to Sample Track
Preview Score Image
TBB Singer's Edition 
MMedium
$2.50
God Forgive Us
God Forgive Us God Forgive Us
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

A short penitential rite (with optional organ accompaniment), suitable for ecumenical or mixed congregations.... view details
view details

In Paradisum
In Paradisum In Paradisum
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

Written for a friend's funeral, this anthem draws upon both the famous Gregorian chant and a modern Universalist hymn (the tune Nina) for thematic material. The scoring contains extensive divisi in the... view details
view details

Kyrie Cunctipotens Genitor Deus
Kyrie Cunctipotens Genitor Deus Kyrie Cunctipotens Genitor Deus
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

This 7'30 setting of the full Kyrie text is based on the Gregorian chant of the same name. Written in a largely renaissance polyphonic style, but with the addition of some modern harmonic elements, it is... view details
view details

Missa Brevis Orbis Factor
Missa Brevis Orbis Factor Missa Brevis Orbis Factor
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

This polyphonic setting of the Kyrie, Sanctus-Benedictus, and Agnus Dei, is suitable for liturgical use. The well-known chant theme serves as the cantus firmus in each of the three movements. Approximate... view details
view details

O Magnum Mysterium
O Magnum Mysterium O Magnum Mysterium
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

This setting of the anonymous "O Magnum Mysterium" text consists of three sections. The first in G minor features individual or paired vocal lines that introduce each intense and mysterious new phrase. The... view details
view details

Oratio
Oratio Oratio
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

Among the earliest known Old High German poems, this prayer originates from the Wessobrunn Abbey, a Benedictine monastery in Bavaria. The text praises creation, and affirms the eternal existence of the One... view details
view details

Poison
Poison Poison
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

This work is based on the unpublished poem by American poet (Princeton, N.J.) Nick Wolf, on the death of his son. The poet writes, When your oldest child dies: a man of faith, a dear person, in the prime of... view details
view details

Psalm 30
Psalm 30 Psalm 30
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

Suitable for choir investitures and celebrations of music directors, this short anthem is an SATB setting (in Latin) of Psalm 29(30):12-13, which I translate: "You have turned my mourning into rejoicing; you... view details
view details

While I Kept Silent
While I Kept Silent While I Kept Silent
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

A unique setting of a text from Psalm 32, for SATB and double bass (cello or organ may substitute).... view details
view details

Will You Please Stand
Will You Please Stand Will You Please Stand
John F. Cavallaro - Oak Knoll Music Press

Lyricist Dee Dee Miles wrote the text to "Will You Please Stand" with the Princeton Pro Musica (PPM) in mind. The opening sets the first four words on a troika of D's and an octave leap. Stylistic fragments... view details
view details