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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"I shot an arrow into the air, It fell to earth, I know not where;" You've heard the famous poem by H.W. Longfellow but you've never heard it rendered with such class. This is a golden nugget for
With long phrases and lush harmonies, this a cappella anthem is colorful and well conceived. The vocal parts divide and there is some mixed meter. Subtle and effective!
Nickel’s Easter Oratorio (one hour) traces that last days of Christ until His resurrection with 18 movements . This is one of the stand alone movements - ideal for Lent and the Easter
The lyrics for this work expand upon the familiar Irish Blessing, with several new stanzas offering a wish for peace, joy, hope and love. This arrangement includes a hint of gospel-style choral writing, and
Imagine being visited by the glorious Angel, Gabriel - The Annunciation is the beginning of the Christmas story. Boon's compositions have a timeless quality. He treats the story with genuine tenderness.
This is the most famous and best-loved Basque carol about the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary by the archangel Gabriel that she would become the mother of Jesus Christ. This arrangement contains interesting
Written originally for the Christ Cathedral Choir of Vancouver, this piece takes the classic hymn and sets it with a beautiful sense of line and harmony. Rupert combines chant and hymn with a sparkling
Ikan Kekek is about a fish, and a whole lot more! As with children's songs from other countries, Malaysian children's songs consist of simple, catchy, and repetitive melodies. These tunes are
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.
A highland Laird courts Leezie Lindsay in Edinburgh, sometimes after his mother had warned him not to hide his highland origins. Her family warns him off, but her maid encourages her. She finds the
This is a gorgeous piece which embellishes the poignant text. It has intuitive voice leading and full lush chords. The piece is scored for piano and SATB voices divisi and is homophonic throughout.
The earth-shattering resurrection of Christ is celebrated in this joyful anthem. With an active piano part and good vocal writing, this piece will be an ideal choice for Easter worship. Don't miss No
People Get Ready follows a long tradition of African American freedom songs which use train imagery. Rolling Stone magazine called it the 24th greatest song of all time. Choirs will loved singing
"Fairy snow blowing everywhere..." The last movement to Trent's trilogy sparkles like snowflakes.
Thoughtful and provoking with tight harmonies, this is the perfect Memorial Day or Remembrance Day anthem.
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