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
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
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
"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
"Sing to me! Something of sunlight and bloom..." An uplifting text by Ella Wheeler Wilcox is set to charming music in this wonderful piece with melodic interest in all parts and conservative ranges.
This energetic setting of a favorite is given a unique and energetic treatment by the arranger. Powerful, engaging and inspiring. The use of djembe helps to flavor the piece and support its rhythmic energy.
Following in the footsteps of the all-time bestselling treble arrangement, this sensitive setting of the Sara Teasdale poem features a flowing piano accompaniment that supports the tender love song. Adding
Starting with a unison chant by a treble trio, this arrangement of an African piece gradually adds layers of sound, building to a dramatic ending. The celebratory text lauds the value of water in our world
The artistic setting of Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's poem Leaving was a prize winner for this young composer. An elegant piano accompaniment frames this work and creates an additional voice in the
"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
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
Four hands on the keyboard give great drive to this very rhythmic, exciting and dramatic piece with a Sara Teasdale text. Chord clusters, close harmonies, and divisi in each voice part add to the depth and
Looking for something completely different with a traditional Latin text? Explore three different choral textures in this unique composition for mixed or treble choirs. An opening section of homophony
This tender setting of the American folk hymn from the Sacred Harp opens with a plaintive solo and light guitar or piano accompaniment before blossoming into a full divisi choral setting. Notated grace
Rudyard Kipling's recipe for living the good life is here blessed with upbeat, sprightly music. "If you can dream and not make dreams your master" - so begins the profound text. Divisi in all parts, with an
This beautiful setting begins with all voices in unison, then moves to women's voices before expanding majestically to all four voices. Singers will love this piece because each section gets generous turns
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