Kim Andre 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
This joyful, sprightly carol comes from Sir David Willcocks: A Celebration in Carols. With its uplifting 7/8 time signature, memorable melody, rich and diverse textures, and delightful orchestral
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
"There's a song in the air!" The famous text by Josiah Gilbert Holland is treated with great sensitivity in this superb composition. Lush harmonies and soaring melodies make this an elegant addition to the
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A new imagining of his beloved Lux Aurumque, Lux Nova was written for performance at the 2014 iTunes festival. With a timeless and beautiful Latin text by Charles Anthony Silvestri.
The Christmas classic by Gustav Holst, with words by Christina Rossetti, is given new life in this gorgeous accompanied setting by the incomparable Darmon Meader. Appropriate for ensembles of all sizes, it
First published in Carols for Choirs 5, this is a touching setting of the well-known fifteenth-century words. The contours of Stroope's melodic writing perfectly mirror the narrative from the
Split your a cappella choir in two to perform this clever, entertaining setting of the popular carol. Infused with colorful textures and playful elements, it is cleverly constructed - with great teaching
This a cappella original rings with energy and joy for Christmas. Ripe with antiphonal qualities, the piece opens with a brief fanfare and proceeds through several meter changes to an exciting conclusion.
This treasured poem by Christina Rossetti has inspired many musical settings. This one, for unaccompanied mixed chorus (divisi), on a traditional Irish tune, is a lovely choice for both worship and concert
This old English carol melody has an even older text which portrays both Christian and pagan influences. In this arrangement, soloists act as storytellers throughout, while the choir's refrain leaves the
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