Part of the Harmony in Sequence series designed to help develop part singing by improving multiple skills through the choral experience, this work is a fantastic teaching tool for both younger and more
Originally written for viol and solo voice, this song was popular during the time of James I of England and was featured in the play "The Sparagus Garden" written in 1635. Written in strophic form with four
This text from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, known for his poetry that was geared toward the everyday family, is set with a driving accompaniment on the piano that contrasts with the longer phrases of the
Commissioned by the Indianapolis Children's Choir, this is the first movement in Raminsh's Missa Brevis in C Minor. Features include a soprano solo and a middle section that creates a rhythmic
This outstanding setting of a traditional camp meeting song is growing in popularity as a top choice for treble festival choirs!
"Homeland, the country that I love, hold out your arms to me. I strive for you, and give you the best I hope to be." This soaring melody, Jupiter from "The Planets," is presented with all the
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