This thoughtful, dramatic a cappella setting of William Butler Yeats' Love Song is filled with opportunities for expressive singing. A choral work of great depth for upper-level choirs. "...and
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Here is a little gem that has been recorded by a variety of artists, including The Weavers and Peter, Paul, and Mary. Based on a hymn tune by J.S. Bach, with words by Tom Glazer and Pete Seeger, it conveys
This gorgeous a cappella setting of John McCrae's text has been revoiced for six-part treble voices, and rereleased for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Sustained cluster chords and
"How do I love thee? Let me count the ways..." This artistic setting of the classic Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem features a whimsical piano motif that flits around like a little bird amid the sweeping
Fluid vocal lines and a sensitive text shine in this powerful, heartfelt recollection of a lost loved one. Perfectly capturing the essence of love that lives forever, it is at the same time both touching
Known for his Academy award winning film scores, Howard Shore quotes Eleanor Roosevelt in this meaningful choral setting premiered at the Washington National Cathedral under the direction of Judith
One of the most well-known and oft-performed works for male chorus of the last thirty years, this fun-filled Shaw/Parker arrangement deserves an active place in any good male chorus library! Enjoy!
A hushed choral introduction blossoms into a sweeping concert work for choirs who are seeking an expressively artistic selection. The tenors and basses introduce the melody in stunning four-part harmony
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