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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.
This warm choral setting is so beautifully melodic and expressive, it could be precisely the way Robert Louis Stevenson imagined his famous "I will make you brooches" poem. This is very sweet, singable, and
Featuring the poem Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon, written shortly after the end of World War I, Armistice 1918 is a celebratory work stemming from themes of victory and revolution.
In this fast and energetic piece, Quartel sets her own text celebrating the joy of singing. The melody weaves in and out of the texture, supported by dynamic vocal accompaniment and rhythmically driven by
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A confident invitation to song, this artful choral is a celebration of the power of music in our lives. The positive message will inspire and encourage your musicians to change the world with song.
This gorgeous work, dedicated to the memory of Stephen Paulus, is a superb contribution to the repertoire for better a cappella choirs!
Commissioned for a premiere performance at the Texas Music Educators Association 2000 convention, Joseph Martin's Come to the Music is alive and electric with driving rhythm, memorable melodies,
"All we are we have found in song" is the first line of this stunningly beautiful poem by Euan Tait, set to music by Norwegian composer Kim Andre Arnesen. This romantic notion is woven throughout
Commissioned for the Kansas All-State Honor Choir, Forever Music speaks of music's power to uplift and heal. Perfect for advocacy and for Music in Our Schools Month, this emotionally charged
A beautiful a cappella setting of various Shakespeare texts commissioned by the University of Notre Dame Men's Glee Club, Daniel Stowe, conductor, in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the death of
The well known folk hymn receives a creative modern setting in this arrangement for treble choirs. Sections of aleatoric harmony create a lamenting quality to lines of this text, and new harmonies bring a
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 arrangement of the American folk hymn is inspired by the shape note or Sacred Harp tradition, marked by the placing of the melody in the inner voice, the tendency toward open fifth sonorities, and an
These intimate and comforting lines of Elizabeth Bishop's sonnet are set to music that is reflective, lush, and lyrical, with the text always foremost. Originally written for SATB chorus, this voicing for
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