This arrangement pairs Henry van Dyke's text with Beethoven's music from Symphony No. 9 to create a remarkable celebration of joy and praise. Arranged for a cappella voices, this accessible and exciting
Winner of the 2017 California Choral Directors Association George Heussenstamm Choral Composition Contest at the Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst (ECCO) Summer Conference, this setting of a popular
This exciting a cappella composition fuses musical styles that are influenced by South African, Hindu, and Eastern European traditions, including drones, call-and-response phrases, repeating compound
This upbeat a cappella piece is truly a celebration. Including vocal percussion throughout, the dynamic rhythms, contrasting sections, interplay between the vocal lines and the text "Therefore, let's enjoy
Arnesen's beautifully expressive piece is set to a poem by the famous hymn writer Isaac Watts. Featured on the 2013 St. Olaf Christmas concert broadcast from Norway, this hymn is perfect for Christmas or
"O Nata Lux" by Guy Forbes continues to be one of the most popular 8-part a cappella selections in the Pavane catalog. This new selection follows handsomely in that tradition. Wonderful for the
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Through an innovative combination of rap, patter singing, character-driven musical themes, and a supporting chorus, we are introduced to three outstanding women from the Revolutionary War era. This
This new composition explores the power of the sea-wayfarer goddess Selene and her power to harness the moon's influence over the tides. It uses a very contemporary a cappella texture, vocal glissandos, and
Eric Whitacre has created a remarkable setting of the national anthem filled with colorful effects and vivid dissonance. The traditional melody and text are ever present, but the harmonic palette is both
Dan Forrest's SATB divisi setting of a poem by the late Jake Adam York is simply stunning! Both the poet and composer were inspired by the old hymn Abide with Me and elements of that
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
"What sweeter music can we bring than a carol for to sing the birth of Christ, our heavenly King." This tender setting of the traditional carol text has become one of John Rutter's most cherished
Wonderfully expressive and deeply moving, this musical setting really does justice to the sensitivity and intimate mood of e.e. cummings' poem. David Dickau is at his compositional best in this exquisite
Upon reading Edward Esch's poem Light and Gold, composer Eric Whitacre was immediately struck by its genuine, elegant simplicity. He asked the celebrated American poet Charles Anthony Silvestri to
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A "fantasia" in the truest sense, this choral tapestry of English carols was composed in 1912 after Vaughan Williams had completed the scores for his first symphony ("The Sea") and the Tallis fantasia. In
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