This setting of the traditional Latin text owes more in inspiration to Byrd than to Mozart and provides a fresh alternative to both of those standards. The composition unfolds as a series of canons which
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This song cycle for soprano voice and piano is a setting of selections from Shakespeare's Hamlet. Each song uses a different text addressed to, spoken by, or describing the character Ophelia.
These compositions are settings of the four main Marian Antiphons used in the traditional Latin liturgy: Ave, Regina coelorum; Regina Coeli; Alma Redemptoris Mater; and Salve Regina. The music makes use of
This modern but approachable motet is inspired by the classic setting of the same gospel text (John 14:15-17) by Thomas Tallis. My version, marked by expressive diatonic tone clusters and canonic treatment,
This is a setting of the ordinary of the mass (minus credo) for SATB choir and 5 instruments from the Javanese gamelan originally composed for and performed by the choir at Old St. Joseph's Church in
This composition commissioned and premiered by Choral Arts Philadelphia in 2015 is an atmospheric and multi-layered setting of the Latin O antiphon O Radix Jesse combined with Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming.
This major work is an a cappella setting of the St. John Passion especially appropriate for liturgical use on Good Friday or for concert performance. It features the passion narrative sung in English (RSV)
This anthem for SATB choir and organ is a joyful celebration in honor of St. Mark the Evangelist. The text is by Anthony Corvaia, Jr. The performancerecorded here is by the choir of St. Mark's
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