Choirs will love the rhythmic drive and energy of this meaningful composition. The Ojibway text means "Come in, two-legged beings. Come in all people. There is good life here." A wonderful opening
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A favorite Nova Scotia Latin canticle with a simple harmonic arrangement solo for tenor or unison tenor section.
This piece is a real barn burning showstopper for a skilled pianist and a choir that loves adrenaline pumping music. This Canadian folksong has been around for generations and Michael takes it to a new
The Scottish folk song gives an account from the Jacobite viewpoint of the Battle of Prestonpans. In the battle, which took place during the Second Jacobite uprising, Sir John Cope was the commander of the
The classic poem by William Butler Yeats comes to life with Paul's sensitive and joyful setting.
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