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
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The fabulous thing about this piece is that it adheres to an Irish flavor while still giving us the thick and sonorous harmonies we expect from Richard Burchard. A wonderful concert closer, it pulls at the
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
Commissioned by the Westminster Chorus for the 2019 ACDA National Conference, this arrangement for tenor-bass choir is rich and moving. Interweaving lines abound, and within this spiritual setting they add
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
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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
This a cappella setting includes a soprano solo voice that begins the piece alone, and ends it over the choir's soft voices. A very tonal setting that permits the dissonances to occur naturally as voices
They are the words to the famous English carol you expect, but the music is a pleasant surprise. The rolling piano part is reminiscent of a harp and sets the dance in motion. The vocal lines are buoyant and
Written for the University of Kentucky Men's Chorus for the 2018 ACDA Southern Division Conference, this is a striking piece for tenor-base choir. The Latin text from Romans is a vibrant description of
This setting is a stirring rendition of Sara Teasdale's poem. Stunning chords with delicate dissonances emerge in phrase after phrase. The words beautifully share an expression of love that the music
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