Vijay Singh captures the Hebrew sound and spirit in this chanting anthem. Using 4th chords, echoing phrases, and a repeated ground he brings a mystic quality to the piece. Great for high school and festival
William Blake's poem is one that is often analyzed because of the symbolism in his words. In the same way that the sunflower follows in search of the sun, so do we search for meaning in life. The music
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This powerfully descriptive piece by Paul Doust uses programmatic musical elements that mirror the lyrics. The text is an anonymous, Gaelic blessing with poetic words and images. Paul's setting is fresh and
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The Latin title means "sing," and that is exactly what this piece does with great joy and enthusiasm. For the advanced high school or college choir, this dynamic number is primarily in English but
From "Bravo" - a musical about the Holocaust and World War II, this song has the energy and flow of a tune for the theater. The lyrics tell of the search for meaning, hope and light in the time of darkness
This haunting Advent carol has held a revered station for more than five centuries and has been arranged and reset by composers throughout the ages. Beginning in Latin, Paul Doust presents the tune
Starting with an opening fanfare, the piece immediately dives into a delightful 11/8 rhythm that both feels natural and is fun. Through rhythmic and key center changes with wonderful harmonic moments and
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Simplicity often gives way to purity and beauty, and that is the case with James Gossler's setting of this Irish room blessing. Serving as a concert closer or benediction, the words bring peace and
This dynamic choral is a winning festival piece. With a repeating rhythmic motif the drive forward is compelling and easily learned. The familiar Latin text celebrates the day with great rejoicing. High
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Daniel Hughes has arranged this delightful English folk song as a madrigal. A jovial piece that encourages partying with a most proper spirit, the music serves well at any concert or madrigal dinner feast.
The music of Dvorak seems to be gaining in popularity and we are proud to have a Dvorak series in our catalog. The "evening blessing" paints a picture of rural Czechoslovakia, a girl writing love songs, a
This could be the most beautiful piece yet written by Richard Burchard. It certainly deserves a standing equal to the other great settings of this text over the years. Opening with just the chant line the
Revered conductor, Charlene Archibeque, has taken this English folk song and given it some spritely twists. Although set primarily in 5/4 it bounces in two as the love story unfolds. The result is a song
Now available in a new edition, this classic setting of a text by Walt Whitman was originally published in 1964. Vivid harmonic colors and dramatic dynamics intensify the imagery of the words as they
Written for the inauguration of a new college president, the opening fanfare immediately catches your attention. Vijay Singh is a well-deserving, celebrated composer. His words and music convey
This famous Mendelssohn choral piece has been carefully edited, and while it has German text throughout, it also includes an excellent new translation by Joyce Warman. Based on Psalm 78, Mendelssohn's
This much-loved Schubert song has been musically enhanced with a new English translation, arranged for mixed voices with a new clarinet obbligato. The original German is provided and in either language it
This piece is unusual in that the choir is accompanied by a solo cello. Yet, that is precisely part of the piece's charm. The cello is so descriptive, sometimes providing the foundation, other times
Written as a symphony for unaccompanied voices, George Lynn composed Sacred Symphony No. 1 in four movements (1958), of which Sing Unto the Lord a New Song is the third movement. Scored for
What future happenings can one envision for an infant child's life when watching that baby sleep? Jesse Buelke creates a wonderful choral piece on the musing words of William Blake. The piano writing is
Peter Assad composed both the text and music for this madrigal. The text can stand for the uniqueness of a snowflake as the title dictates, or metaphorically for someone else as perhaps the dedication to
2014 marks the two-hundredth anniversary of the writing of our national anthem. Now choirs all across America can stand together in harmony and celebration with this arrangement based on the improvisation
Tenebrae is a concert work, even though the sacred text focuses on the crucifixion. The ancient liturgy is presented with beauty and emotion. Originally written for advanced male choir now
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