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Build camaraderie and solidarity in your men's ensemble with this up-tempo celebration of song! An excellent theme for a men's concert or festival, it will inspire your guys to stand tall together and sing
Commissioned for a premiere performance at the Texas Music Educators Association 2000 convention, Joseph Martin's Come to the Music is alive and electric with driving rhythm, memorable melodies,
This spirited and energetic composition reflects the verve and vivaciousness of the text by Rumi. The lively piano underlay forms a perfect foundation for the soaring vocal lines.
A large, majestic anthem, this composition presents the imagined moment that music is given to the world. Beginning quietly with a rising melodic line, this motive grows and expands into a full and rich
These intimate and comforting lines of Elizabeth Bishop's sonnet are set to music that is reflective, lush, and lyrical, with the text always foremost. Originally written for SATB chorus, this voicing for
This dynamite selection quotes the spiritual Walk Together, Children and offers driving rhythmic excitement straight through to its exuberant conclusion! A superb choice for concert, festival, or
"Let it weave throughout the tapestry of who we are. In all that life can give, let music live." Here is an inspirational theme for every choir and for celebrating the power of music in our lives, our world
Let your students experience this terrific "music" song as recorded by The Doobie Brothers back in 1972. "Don't you feel it growin' day by day, people gettin' ready for the news..."
With a text excerpted from the beautiful Stacy Barton poem Flight, this work sings of yearning, dreaming and the sensation of flying with a gentle lyricism and dance-like quality with buoyant,
Here is a beautiful, singable original that celebrates music in a unique way, beginning with the silence of the earth before music. With or without the optional orchestration, this is a must for any
This work pairs music which is profound and magnificent with a text, reflective and mature in nature, that celebrates the essence of music itself. Captivating melodies and drama within the choral parts,
"If we all sing one song, one song of love, one song of peace, one song to make all our troubles cease..." This pop song from 1991 sings so beautifully for choir in this stirring, soulful arrangement, it is
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