The lyrics of this 2014 Andy Grammer pop hit, "No matter where we go, we always find our way back home," evoke themes of both friendship and roots. The banjo-tinged verse explodes into a thrilling refrain
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Lush harmonies in a warm choral texture lay the foundation for this elegantly succinct setting of the traditional Irish blessing. A cappella, with a few lyric alterations to provide an enveloping framework
A beautiful song about exploring the world and having life experiences, but always remembering where you came from and knowing you can always return home. It provides a fresh angle for a graduation song,
"We will set our course on a shining star, speed along to ports afar, be the best of who we are, for hope will light our way." This inspiring message and energizing music celebrates the power within to
The inspirational anthem from Disney's "Hercules" retains its motivational power in this new concert-style setting for choirs with optional strings and percussion. A fantastic closer or graduation selection
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The exciting fanfare opening exalts the title then continues with long melodic lines above a rhythmic and driving piano accompaniment. Throughout, the text is musically reflected in style and dynamics with
This powerful duet by Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley was #1 in 1987 and won the Oscar the following year for the blockbuster film "Dirty Dancing." It remains one of the most often-performed ballads ever,
This beautiful song, recorded by Josh Groban featuring The American Boychoir, offers an inspiring message on growth, change, and the love that binds us together. "Seasons stay and seasons go, sending your
Paralleling the voyages we make through life with those of a river flowing to the sea, this poignant original work creates a thoughtful and meaningful atmosphere that will bring out the best in your choir.
Using Carl Sandburg's poems Summer Stars; Stars, Songs, Faces and Stars as the text, this arrangement, set for younger voices, brings the poems to life. Mixing traditional harmonies, free
"Don't know where, don't know when, but I know we'll meet again some sunny day." This song, one of the most famous of the World War II era, was reprised on the last broadcast of The Colbert Report by
Carole King's classic hit from 1971, made famous by James Taylor, conveys a universal message of hope and reassurance. Featured in the Broadway musical "Beautiful," this is quite possibly the best and most
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