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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Dan Forrest's SATB divisi setting of a poem by the late Jake Adam York is simply stunning! Both the poet and composer were inspired by the old hymn Abide with Me and elements of that
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
This new arrangement adds some inspirational and uplifting elements that are characteristic of Mealor to the classic Scots poem by Robert Burns.
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
The timeless music of John Ness Beck surrounds a penetrating text that recognizes the power within each of us to be "a beacon for the world, a torch that will never die" as we reach out with comfort,
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
William Blake's poem is one that is often analyzed because of the symbolism in his words. In the same way that the sunflower follows in search of the sun, so do we search for meaning in life. The music
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."
Commissioned by Janet Galvan for the Ithaca College Composition Competition and Festival, Trumbore has set the contemporary poem "Earth Day" by Annie Finch. This poem is a celebration of all that the planet
Described as "brilliant" and "heartfelt," this is the final movement of Craig Hella Johnson's epic work "Considering Matthew Shepard," a tribute to the young gay man who has become an American icon and a
The exciting rhythmic underpinning of the choir lays a energetic foundation for a enchanting melody that breathes life into a timeless text. The piece highlights the text "when all hate is turned to love,
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