"I am you are me...." This innovative original uses a clever text and pop-style music to create an environment of togetherness among members of the choir. Community - that's what it's all about. Each vocal
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This powerful message is about mustering the courage to leap from one stage of life into the next. Melodic lines are juxtaposed with a lively piano accompaniment creating bold expressiveness and strong
This energetic original work is a testament that "Love conquers all, therefore let us surrender to love!" In Latin, with pronunciation guide and translation included, this festival work may be performed a
Take your tenor-bass choir on an adventure to the lost city of gold in an energetic concert/festival original! Edgar Allan Poe's text follows the story of a gallant knight who is unyielding in his search
"The song we sing is meant to bring a moment of truth in soft weather, where care and worry lift away and we can breathe together ... for we are home." Robert Bode's text of togetherness is the perfect way
The consummate concert closer! "A sound of hope, a sound of peace, a sound that celebrates and speaks what we believe. A sound of love, a sound so strong. It's amazing what is given when we share a song.
Here's a luscious a cappella setting of the central anthem from "Ragtime" that delivers the spirit and truth of an important message - a message especially relevant today. Opening oohs and aahs eventually
This is a musical declaration of personal integrity. Written for a high school men's honor choir, this is an original text exploring the response to a crisis of conscience. The music is at all times
Robert Bode's text infuses this original song with a message of music advocacy and appreciation. The rhythmic piano accompaniment sets up a nice groove in the compound meter for the choral parts to stretch
"The pure, the bright, the beautiful ... the striving after better hopes ... these things shall never die." The positive and affirming words of Charles Dickens are richly set for lower voices. Beginning
Set to the Latin Pulchra es amica mea text from Song of Solomon, this a cappella work is inspired by the beauty of the aurora borealis as seen by the composer in his native Norway.
Winebrenner's setting of this Robert Burns text is sure to resonate with emerging tenor-bass choirs. With or without the optional oboe, the lilting folk-like melody, rhythmic feel, and supportive piano
These two contrasting pieces for unchanged tenor voices will instill confidence in emerging tenor-bass singers. She Walks in Beauty presents lyrical lines and a poetic text, while Travel
Beautiful, lush choral harmonies, soaring melodies, and a supportive piano accompaniment that offers constant motion and contrast to the choral parts set off an imaginative text that tells of the "celestial
Your choir will sound magnificent when they sing this superb setting of the famous text by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. "There is sweet music here that softer falls than petals from blown roses on the
A lyrical and lush choral setting of the early 19th century poem by Lord Byron. Themes are introduced in the music first in unison and then followed by simple harmonizations. The melodic vocal writing is
The Parting Glass is a traditional Scottish song often sung as a farewell at the end of a get-together. Sarah Quartel's a cappella TTBB arrangement is very straightforward and singable. It features
A text by Thomas Moore provides the inspiration for this innovative a cappella piece which uses percussion accompaniment to create a magical effect! It begins with a simple melody, then each part joins with
Sara Teasdale's text is superbly set in a steady and flowing concert work. Musically satisfying yet accessible, this arrangement features diverse part-writing, close harmonies, and wonderful examples of
This stately and elegant setting of Purcell's masterwork from Birthday Ode for Queen Mary is adapted specifically for developing choirs. With vocal ranges that work well for young singers, the
This beautiful setting of George Matheson's familiar hymn text functions perfectly in both sacred or secular settings. Here, O Love is given a fresh new melody with equally refreshing and gorgeous
"Yet one thing I can tell you, still one thing that I know: Wherever fortune calls me, then that's where I must go!" A bold statement of the courage to persevere and to follow one's heart against all odds
Deeply expressive, an old poem is treated with rich harmonies to become a moving closer for concerts or festivals. Written with an ear to the a cappella glee club tradition, the incorporation of Dvorak's
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