The beloved poem by William Blake is here expressed with great sensitivity through music. The composer takes us to a dramatic climax in the penultimate phrase, and then concludes with a tender ending, "God
Beautiful melodies are shared between the voices, and a dramatic piano accompaniment highlights the musical texture and brings unity to the composition. "When music sounds, gone is the earth I know, and all
In Japan, Umi Sono Ai is recognized as a symbol of the country's spirit and the hope of a life fulfilled. The song tells of a man who goes to the ocean to reflect upon his life. Though the retreat
"There's a song in the air!" The famous text by Josiah Gilbert Holland is treated with great sensitivity in this superb composition. Lush harmonies and soaring melodies make this an elegant addition to the
Poet Sara Teasdale dreams of special stars, a "crystal of peace." The piece opens with two wonderful solos that can also be performed as tutti lines. The music is marked by compelling melodies, sensitive
Journey into "a world of pure imagination" with this tasteful arrangement of the tune from "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." Liberate yourself from ordinary expectations with attention-grabbing part
Saint Teresa of Avila's text ("Let nothing disturb you...") provided ample inspiration for the ever-creative Joan Szymko's sensitive setting. The cello is guitar-like in its accompaniment. A most colorful
This a cappella piece is a modified round with added descant and hand clapping, this piece is loaded with excitement and spirit.
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This gorgeous work, dedicated to the memory of Stephen Paulus, is a superb contribution to the repertoire for better a cappella choirs!
"Little widow of my single star, I find you... after a thousand years are gone, you'll see me, o my night love!" Frederico Lorca's poignant text receives a dramatic a cappella treatment from Eric Whitacre.
"In every heart there is a place that shows us who we are." The opening phrase presents the challenge that unfolds in this significant song: bringing our inner voice to expression. Bound to be the highlight
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