This work was inspired by the Radcliffe Ladies' Choir and their motto, "Friendship through singing." The lilting vocal lines are underpinned by a delicate piano part, and the opening performance direction
Inspired by the text of poet E. Pauline Johnson, Sarah Quartel has created an energetic and fun piece for SSAA a cappella voices. The melody is shared between first and second sopranos. Concert music with a
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This American folk hymn is marvelously arranged for SATB voices and organ. The accompaniment is written with the organist in mind, giving the organist interesting parts that are an integral part of the
This arrangement of the Christmas favorite Deck the Hall is bright and energetic from beginning to end. After an uplifting introduction going through several keys, the choir sings the three carol
Originally published in the collection Sun, Moon, Sea, and Stars, this piece sets a poem by Sara Teasdale that likens a heart seeking its love to a swallow's cry. Chydenius's rich harmonies,
Mack Wilberg's masterful arranging is evident in this light, fun treatment of the well-known traditional carol. With staccato chords in the piano, on and sometimes off the beat, he creates a playful setting
Based on Frances Anne Kemble's poem An Entreaty, this enchanting piece describes the experience of leaving a beloved time and place. Lush harmonic language and lyrical melodies vividly paint these
This masterful choral is one that has connected with singers and congregations all over the globe. It is a timeless anthem you'll come back to each and every year. If you haven't already,
A skillful setting of an Emily Dickinson poem. Symbolism abounds as the hope of a bird is brought to life. The fluttering accompaniment, interesting harmonies and melodic line all contribute to the feeling
Available in editions for SSAA and for SATBB a cappella voices, Sarah Quartel's setting of How Can I Keep From Singing? is a lively reimagining of the 19th-century hymn. Opening with a solo verse,
This is a traditional Canadian carol with a text by Saint Jean de Brebeuf, a 17th-century French missionary who worked primarily with the Huron people. Following an ethereal beginning with dissonant,
This contemporary a cappella concert setting of I carry your heart by E.E. Cummings is refreshingly different. Short solo lines weave throughout the six-part mixed vocal texture while everyone else
I Will Be With You sets a reflective text by the composer with a message of enduring solace. Lush harmonies with predominantly homophonic passagework coupled with flowing and cascading lines in
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