This poignant a cappella piece is a tender tribute to the many brave servicemen and women who have given their lives for the sake of peace and freedom.
The text from Psalm 27 is a familiar one about keeping the faith when times are hard, and Mark Roseberry's setting does it great service. The musical path that leads to the word "wait" is hopeful and
An artistic yet labored march-like piano accompaniment with oboe obligato sets the mood for this work which features lovely choral textures over a poignant memorial text. This work links the lyricism of
Growth, change, love and loss - these are all a part of growing to adulthood. This gentle original offers an introspective look at these emotions with accessible and well-crafted pop-style harmonies and a
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Piano and cello combine to provide a rich, comforting accompaniment to this confident statement of victory over death and assurance of life everlasting. "Those who trust in You will in Your mercy find that
A poignant original English text combined with Latin phrases from the Requiem Mass lays the foundation for this tender song of remembrance. Deeply emotive musically, with exquisite lyricism, this piece was
From the stage adaptation of Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach," this sensitive ballad tackles the tough topic of loss in a warm and reassuring way. A gently lilting piano accompaniment supports the
This setting of the traditional Agnus Dei Latin text from the Requiem Mass was specifically written to honor the memory of the numerous victims of the senseless mass shooting tragedies of the summer of
Incorporating a familiar Irish hymn tune and text from a poem by Abraham Lincoln, this expressive original offers an opportunity for younger choirs to give tribute or express love for a special individual
With the well-crafted and comforting text about dementia by Mary Louise Bringle and the flowing and tender melody by Jayne Southwick Cool, Eric Nelson has created something deep, rich and thoughtful. The
This piece uses a Walt Whitman text, his first poetic work following the death of President Abraham Lincoln, to portray in music Whitman's message of profound grief and challenge to resolve to carry on. A
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