This a cappella SATB arrangement by composer Stacey Gibbs was featured at the 2016 TCDA convention in San Antonio, TX. Accessible to choirs of different skill levels, this fresh new setting will be a
This text from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, known for his poetry that was geared toward the everyday family, is set with a driving accompaniment on the piano that contrasts with the longer phrases of the
This work uses a gorgeous harmonic setting with an engaging text and a circular motif to create movement and energy throughout. There is a short soprano/mezzo soprano solo/duet and some divisi in all voices
This work is based on the D-Day prayer that President Roosevelt delivered to the nation by radio on June 6, 1944 as the invasion of France by Allied troops was underway, and is still very relevant today as
Perfect as a closer for any concert or performance, this homophonic, a cappella setting is rich in harmonic texture and has a lovely and memorable melodic line. "Though you leave here today and your shoes
Combining the familiar tune PROSPECT from Walker's Southern Harmony and Wordworth's The Solitary Reaper, this setting for SSAA voices is both beautiful and accessible. Each verse is
The theme of love, so wonderfully expressed in this E.E. Cummings poem, is conveyed subtly and wistfully through this musical setting. Growing in density as the piece progresses, the music captures the
This arrangement incorporates both Infant Holy, Infant Lowly and The First Noel. There is a wonderful interplay between the two carols, especially at the end when they combine. Very
This classic Ralph Vaughan Williams selection from Songs of Travel is now available in a choral setting for either treble or tenor-bass voices. A flowing piano part supports an opening unison
With a theme of hope and peace, this work uses both independent vocal lines and homophonic sections to musically match the text powerfully. "Let our earthly lives point to the truth. Let our song be one of
This outstanding setting of a traditional camp meeting song is growing in popularity as a top choice for treble festival choirs!
A fun, energetic piece based on the American folk song - but this version has some very different and fun additions thanks to a wonderful text by Noble Cain. A great novelty piece for the middle of a
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