This five-movement work pays tribute to one of the great heroes of the emancipation era with an authentic expression of the spirituals that served multiple functions for African Americans of that time. The
A new work for choir, brass quintet, organ, timpani and cymbals. This setting of the Gloria delivers a tapestry of melodic richness and rhythmic energy. A strong sense of architecture guides the
A true testament to his strength and skill as a composer, Andre Thomas' gospel-style Mass combines the power of love and joy with the beauty and sophistication of top-tier choral music. The gospel style of
A powerful 30-minute a cappella work, Exile Meditations is a sequence of seven reflections on loss, longing, fear, and hope, and is dedicated to those living in exile. The text is in Latvian and
Cast in eight moments, this major work draws on texts that examine the many facets of death, the pain of transitions, and the hope and joy of a better place. Designed to be accessible for the choir looking
A brilliant collaborative effort between long-time colleagues Tim Sharp, Executive Director of American Choral Directors Association, and highly-respected composer and arranger Wes Ramsay, Come Away to the
The Chicago Tribune writes: "Moving among styles ranging from Lutheran hymnody to blues to Broadway, this modern-day Passion will move many listeners to tears even as it reaches beyond tragedy to peace,
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Due South is one in a series of four choral suites that explore the cultural and natural wonders of various regions of North America. Stephen Chatman's choral settings are broad in scope and tone;
Each of the movements in this work chronicles Teasdale's search for solace amid life's many storms. The tapestry of different vocal forces set against the backdrop of oboe and strings reveals moments of
This multi-movement work offers a musical peak into the fantastical visual world of Marc Chagall via poetry by Robert Bode. Its seven poems are imaginative reflections on seven paintings by the
This is a 35 minute, 5 movement work for chorus and orchestra encompassing ancient chant, shimmering light, unconditional love, heavenly joy, and deep peace. Performances require the rental of one of
This a cappella work was designed for short worship services and was written without complexity, expressing the possibilities of rhythmic and melodic changes but always respecting the classical concept of
One in a series of four choral suites that explore the cultural and natural wonders of various regions of North America. This choral setting is broad in both scope and tone; the tone painting evokes the
This extended major work by British composer Patrick Hawes uses the eight verses of St. Matthew's Gospel that form the beloved Beatitudes. Consisting of eight movements that range from uncomplicated to
This major work is a seven-movement setting of Psalm 100, predominantly in Latin. Inserted within the work are interjections of the text "Shout to the Lord, all ye lands!" in eight different languages. The
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This marvelous festival setting of the English version of the Te Deum text was commissioned by Distinguished Concerts International for performances at Carnegie Hall in 2015. The work may be
Will Todd's Mass in Blue is fast becoming a staple of the choral repertory. A dynamic jazz setting of the Latin Mass, the work features driving grooves and blues harmonies, with provision for short
Requiem is a major compositional effort from Mark Hayes for mixed voices and orchestra that combines the traditional with 21st century expression. The work is organized in six movements that
A significant new setting of the Requiem by Dan Forrest, scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano (mezzo-soprano) and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical
With its tonal language of subjective avowal, the first of Beethoven's two masses opens up new worlds of expression for the liturgical texts of the Mass which are expressly modern and point towards the
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