The clever lyrics of Plain White T’s hit song are simply irresistible! "There’s only ONE thing TWO do, THREE words FOUR you: I love you." This faithful arrangement captures the original acoustic
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This contemporary praise song by Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman is given a sensitive choral treatment by Lloyd Larson. The words of Psalm 103 combine with the idea that we could never begin to count the
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Alternating between 3/4 and 6/8 time signatures, Robinson has created a fresh twist on this holiday classic. Several brief character solos offer lots of low-pressure opportunities to stand out, and the
Wish your audience a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in just a half a minute. This madrigal-style a cappella novelty is equally easy to learn and enjoyable to sing. Plus, it's a great choice to close
This inspirational text by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is framed with a rhythmic ostinato in a crisp a cappella setting. The piece may be performed SSA with optional solo or SSAA with equally divided voices,
A pull-out from the classic Carols and Lullabies collection, this traditional Spanish carol in four parts also includes English text. The accompaniment includes marimba, harp and guitar for a truly
This hauntingly beautiful arrangement features the gentle feel of a lullaby and an interesting mixture of major and minor modes. Adapted and translated from the traditional carol, it alternates between
In 2015, Fr. Paulo Tanzini, former pastor of Church of the Assumption in Emerson, NJ, commissioned me to write a piece for the fiftieth anniversary of the building to be celebrated in mid-August of the same
A charming piece from the children's collection A Trip to the Zoo. A keyboard-accompanied round with original lyrics and four very independent parts. Intended for children's ensembles, performance
Brian Hanson gives this beloved hymntune new life through exquisite part-writing and accompaniment. Abide with Me is a stunning arrangement of EVENTIDE, complete with suspensions and soaring open
With a text based on Colossians 3:12-14 and original music by Joel Raney, this is a compelling anthem calling for the church to bind together in compassion, kindness, forgiveness and, "above all else,"
This striking setting of text from Psalm 36 celebrates the love of God that reaches to the heavens. Accompanied by organ, the piece has a brief a cappella section and ends with a prayerful chant-style
This uptempo 6/8 setting of a beloved carol is fresh and accessible. With tons of energy, great part-writing and a great orchestration, Rouse has breathed new life into this favorite. Great for a blended or
Just two short Latin phrases frame this excellent concert or festival selection for developing choirs. Independent melodies for each part are presented and then layered to create simple polyphonic
With quiet, flowing characteristics, the text of this anthem aptly depicts the imagery of the Advent season. Optional flute and cello parts complement the texture and expressiveness. The flexible choral
Quoting O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, this prayerful Advent anthem is an ardent plea for the Promised One to come and dispel our gloom and sadness. Contrasting sections of unison and four-part vocal
A triptych of pieces for harp (or piano) and SATB divsi chorus using texts by poet Christine Schenk. Her version of the "O Antiphons" provides a means of contemporary reflection on those ancient texts. The
With lively call and response, options for percussion, and repetition to enable quick learning, this energetic arrangement of a traditional Zambian folk song will have your choir and congregation responding
Written for the honor choirs of southeast Minnesota, this is a joyful and dignified piece. The poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay expresses an appreciation for life, for its simple pleasures of nature and
This setting of the Latin text offers a fresh take for more advanced treble choirs and women's choirs, with a lavish piano accompaniment supporting unique choral writing. A beautiful program addition for
Agnus Dei is the fifth movement from Narverud's Misse de Cinque Terre, but stands on its own as a unique setting of this traditional Latin text. The work is inspired by five Italian
Agnus Dei is the fifth and final movement of Dr. Thomas' Mass: A Celebration of Love and Joy. The text is in English, and the supercharged piano accompaniment supports the traditional
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