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This contest/festival setting shimmers musically as well as textually. An exceptionally nice selection for more capable groups.
Commissioned for the honour choir at Choral Canada's big event - Podium - Larry chose the wonderful poem by George Herbert. This composition is full of hope and joy - and calypso rhythms enhance the
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
Up tempo, great fun and meaningful. The words of a rover - "The grass is always greener on the other side - so I'll just keep movin' on." Green, Green was a big hit by The New Christy Minstrels, an
The setting of the text from Revelation 4:8, 11 can be used as an anthem, processional or concert piece. The stately work begins with an arpeggio melody in a 2-part canon, supported by an ostinato keyboard
This composition is a reflection on the challenges of having family far away, and the visits which are so precious are never long enough. Miriam's writing is simple and yet profound with heart-felt nuance.
Bring down the house with this soul-filled version of Johnny Nash's classic song! Interesting harmonies, colorful choral textures and a short tenor solo in the middle make this concert pop setting a
The act of singing is a wonderful way to lift the human spirit and promote loving interactions with the world. This composition celebrates the joy of living.
With choirs all over the world singing Jan's I Dreamed of Rain, we asked her for another winner. There is glorious light and hope during the darkest night of the year. This lovely and approachable
"Little sparrow, still you fly, Still you gaze into the sky, Are you longing, do you yearn, For a tall tree to return?"
This heart-touching song, by popular singer Jane Siberry, is also one of k.d. Lang's favorites. Beth really hits the mark with this lovely setting of a meaningful lyric. "We Will Walk in Good Company" is
Since 1972 we have been walking the seawall in Davis Bay where there is always a lovely breeze and sometimes a mighty wind. Many times we have played at the beach, flown kites, watched the birds and enjoyed
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