Daniel Barta's masterful interpretation of Psalm 46:1-4 will leave a lasting impression on all who perform and listen to it. A quiet homophonic section opens the piece, followed by a contrasting middle
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This unaccompanied anthem was written for the installation of the 29th president of Harvard University. The familiar words of Micah 6:8 were chosen for the occasion. Cooman's fervent and expressive setting
This is a rich and glorious anthem in the spirit of Phillips’s popular The Risen Sun. Words from the book of Romans serve as the text, which speaks of "being not conformed to the world." The
This delightful and engaging text by Mark Oldenburg is set to a lilting Danish folk tune by Stephen Folkemer for SAB voices and flute. Perfect for baptism, confirmation, communion, or sending. "O God, lead
David von Kampen has set the text of the Phos Hilaron to an effective tune and setting for SATB a cappella. The homophonic texture is complemented by expressive writing, making this a lovely
This SAATB a cappella anthem uses a text by Lisa M. Clark inspired by Philippians 1:21: "For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." This piece features a soaring tune that is supported by close, rich
This thrilling Gloria is set for SATB voices, organ, and brass quartet. Featuring joyous, symphonic writing, the piece begins with a fanfare interplay between brass and organ, leading directly into angelic
This piece features the text of Isaiah 40:9-11 set in a lilting and lively manner. Following the first unison section, the voices split into a two-part call-and-response interplay. Much of the two-part
Written for the dedication of a new education wing, this piece features the lyrical vocal lines for which Bradley Ellingboe is known. Its enthusiastic repetition of words from Psalm 22, "Let us go into the
This is a lovely 15th century a cappella anthem that can be used as a meditation after communion or other quiet moments in the liturgy. Newly edited by John Leavitt, the lovely harmonic texture with a text
This setting of Hildegard of Bingen's Ave Generosa text uses a hauntingly joyful tonality, paying homage to the mysterious story of Mary. A beautiful middle section is surrounded by contrasting
The final installment of the Missa Brevis, this peaceful work features opportunities for unison singing and the development of independent part singing. With conservative ranges and opportunities to focus
For mixed or treble choirs, this energetic choral work offers an introduction to the traditional Latin text with compound meter and accessible choral parts. Whether chosen for its educational features, its
A beautiful adaptation of this Schubert standard! This piece is equally appropriate for concert or worship settings and presents wonderful teaching opportunities for lyrical singing along with an
The haunting modal melody of this traditional Irish folk carol is coupled with a lovely murmuring piano part and countermelody by the oboe (part included). The text retells the story of Adam and Eve in the
Homophonic rhythms unite the singers in their joyous presentation of Psalm 145 while a sprightly piano accompaniment drives the music forward and leads into explorations of different tonalities. The choral
Taken from The Oxford Book of Easy Flexible Anthems, this is an expressive and emotive anthem with appealing, arching melodies underpinned by a sparkling keyboard part. Meaningful and
This eminently approachable anthem sets text by Christina Rossetti asking for God to "give us ears to hear, eyes to see, wills to obey, and hearts to love." This a cappella motet features layered voices,
This beautiful offering was inspired by the Gospel and Jesus' command to love God and neighbor. A supportive keyboard part gives the anthem a full sound, adding depth to the flexible SAB vocal scoring.
This haunting setting of Psalm 25 for two-part mixed voices with organ accompaniment has the flavor of American folk music. The piece begins with a solo, and the opening and closing lyrical sections
We Want to Know Christ is a stand-alone movement from Larry Nickel’s "Easter Oratorio," which traces the last days of Christ until His resurrection. This piece is ideal for Lent and the
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Based on plainsong, this marvelous a cappella setting of a Matthew Bridges prayer is modern in construction while incorporating elements of the ancient. Using close harmonies, flowing melodic lines, and
This lovely setting of Ubi Caritas, which combines the Latin text with English, starts simply with the melody in the soprano section, moving into a lovely duet between the treble parts. The
This setting of Song of Songs was composed as a vehicle for the prominent cantor Ira Bigeleisen and his particularly rich basso voice. However, the solo can also be sung effectively by an alto. The
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