This is a Christmas gem. SA with organ. Can be done as a solo or duet. It tells the story of Mary and Joseph going to Bethlehem; ties it up in a neat package and puts it under your tree.
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Warm and friendly, in a faux calypso style. This tells the story of the shepherds' experience. Perfect for Christmas Eve, also school concerts, etc. SATB with keyboard. 11 pages
SSA with keyboard. This arrangement of the German carol "Kommet ihr Hirten" with my words is "Childlike" because it uses words that rhyme with "hurry" (scurry, flurry, worry, etc.). Suitable for schools,
A well-crafted melody for soprano and alto; repeated in tenor/bass with the treble counter melody. "B" section,l essentially a capella. Then the two sections combined. Interesting
Bass starts, adding voices one by one and changing keys add to the drama. Increasingly complex - then returning to the original unison statement, all voices. It has a nice shape. Easy keyboard
Antiphonal for men and women. Several statements of the text with varying complexities and textures. Relatively big ending. Comfortable ranges. With organ accompaniment
In a 16th century polyphonic (A Capella) style; the 2nd section (The truth) making use of stretto; the 4th no one gets to the Father except through Me a repeat of the 1st only in 3 instead of 4.
A tour de force - hymnlike bookends, rollicking mid-section, and contrapuntal building blocks for the title statement (2 different ways).
Requires alto and soprano solos. Muscular A and C sections contrasted with sustained warmth in he solo sections blanketed by choral richness. SATB with organ. 6 pages.
This is my arrangement of a familiar German carol; easy going undulating melody invites the listener into the Christmas story. Every voice gets a verse. SATB with organ. 9 pages.
Isaiah 61:1-2; this is the text that Jesus quoted when he preached in the synagogue at Nazareth (Luke 4:18-19). This piece is suitable for the celebration of anyone's (or group's) service to God's
This traditional Irish carol has a double-jointed melody, twisting and turning through modes and chord changes. I think it will pique your singers' interests. Every voice gets a verse. It ends with
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