Singer/songwriter Eliza Gilkyson wrote Requiem as a song of grief following the Asian tsunami in December 2004, and the song found a renewed audience after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf
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This phenomenal work, recorded by First Call, is certain to be in great demand by a wide range of choirs! Based on All Creatures Of Our God And King, it features a powerful African chorus with
This G. Schirmer arrangement of Mozart's communion motet Ave Verum, for choir and organ accompaniment. A singable English text and the original Latin text are included.
This special set of three short pieces is great for captivating and motivating developing choirs; it is now available for SATB choirs as well. The easy, repeated Latin phrases come to life with fresh
Here's a gospel setting of the American folk hymn that gives the tune a rhythmic quality you haven't heard before. A nice change of pace for any performance occasion.
This hauntingly beautiful and expressive work has been the most popularized selection from Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Requiem." Features soprano and boy solos with choral ensemble. An excellent contemporary
This bright, festive work opens with an upbeat A section, full of fun syncopations and interesting meter changes, then moves into a lyrical, flowing B section and finally returns to a variation of the
Bright syncopations, mixed meter, and a contrasting, slower middle section distinguish this original festival work as one of the best available. With limited vocal ranges and varied textures, it will be a
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