"I'm bound for Shady Grove..." This sparkling arrangement of the beloved bluegrass song offers a rich experience for combined choirs, children's honor choirs and community groups! It may be performed with
If you're looking for a traditional Christmas spiritual with a funky, contemporary gospel-shuffle feel, you'll like this! The performance notes give a thorough explanation of how to achieve the gospel
Christina's Rossetti's mysterious poem is wrapped in a soundscape of smoothly soaring vocal lines that are supported with an undulating piano accompaniment and optional string quartet. Though this piece is
This original setting, with optional string quartet, in neo-classical style is an excellent teaching piece and a very effective performance selection as well, for any time of year.
"And suddenly appeared with the angel a multitude of heavenly host praising God..." The text of this gospel original is inspired by the famous passage from the Gospel of Luke in which the angels appear,
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The text for Dreamweaver is based on parts of the well-known Norwegian medieval folk poem, Draumkvedet, an epic ballad that has a lot in common with Dante's The Divine
This gorgeous setting of the Ecce Novum Latin text reflects the gentle wonder of the story of Christmas. Found on Ola Gjeilo's album Winter Songs, this lovely choral setting features lyrical voice leading,
An SATB adaptation of Ola Gjeilo's Song of the Universal. Walt Whitman's unabashed optimism, exuberance, and unwavering confidence in our deeper humanity is beautifully portrayed through music. For
This original a cappella piece, as performed by the Swedish vocal jazz ensemble The Real Group, expresses the Christmas wish that all the children of the world will inherit the beautiful blue-green, healthy
This multi-movement work for mixed choir, piano, and cello is a song cycle on seven poems by Emily Dickinson. Expertly crafted vocals, a supportive piano, and a cello with a heavenly voice combine to create
The poetry of Eugene Field is captured beautifully in this original work. The words of the lullaby speak both to a child falling asleep and to a child who "does not hear his mother's song." The lilting
This refreshing work employs a folk-like sound to capture W.B. Yeats' wonderfully descriptive words from The Lake Isle of Innisfree. The movement in the piano, the strumming of the guitar, and the
From Piae Cantiones, this setting of Gaudete! is in a progressive style, yet well suited to the medieval melody. Its energy is derived from the accented rhythms and dance-like percussive
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