This work is based on Who has seen the wind?, #85 from the Christina Rossetti book Sing Song: A Book of Nursery Rhymes. Set for organ and cello accompaniment.
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For SSSAAA voices. A particularly striking piece for a children's choir. With percussion and Latvian text
Highly rhythmic in both accompaniment and voices with independent vocal lines, this work simply radiates energy with a message of hope and empowerment: "To the stars through difficulties, look upward, move
Although this is an original work, the words, which simulate a tribal language, give it a world-music feeling. In fact, the chant-like character of the piece almost makes you feel as though you are taking
Ae Fond Kiss is an arrangement of the Scottish song Hi horo's na horo eile to which Robert Burns' poem of unrequited love was set. Ae Fond Kiss and its
This lovely setting of Millay's touching poem requires a flexible tempo with plenty of gentle rubato to give the effect of a poem being spoken by an accomplished orator. Great teaching piece for working on
The second movement from a set of four contrasting memorial dances for unaccompanied mixed chorus. The text, from Isaiah 40, is set to a courtly gavotte in a minor modality. Suite Remembrance,
A beautiful King's Singers a cappella arrangement of this Andrew Lloyd Webber classic from "The Phantom of the Opera."
The text will be dear to the hearts of choral singers with its sentiments such as "no notes are as connected as the souls that sing them", and the final statement, "we are one." Musically strong and
The friction between professed ideals and painful reality that Langston Hughes captured in his poem Let America Be America Again is also the foundation of this piece. Emma Lazarus' words, which are
These transcriptions, for mixed, treble and male choirs, of this famous Schubert song offer the perfect material for teaching free, bel canto-style singing, German diction, and "arch and taper" phrasing.
For double choir and solo violin, taken from the larger work Whispers on the Prairie Wind for orchestra and choir which premiered in 2015 with the subtitle Farewell to My Friend. This is a
A powerful and artistic work with a nice mix of open and close harmonies and dynamic rhythms scored for four-part tenor/bass ensemble. Using the famous Dylan Thomas poem, this piece expresses the feeling of
Embracing the hope that dreams may someday become a reality, this musical setting is actively stirring, with stunning harmonic and melodic moments. It seeks to capture that internal ecstasy and
This poem admires nature, from each snowflake and blade of grass to the leaves of trees and the stars that sing to us. The music expresses the text masterfully through melodic line and harmonic changes, and
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