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 nine-movement work masterfully captures the bizarre imagery of darkness and light and good and evil found in the Book of Revelation. Patrick Hawes' dramatic musical settings of nine different passages
An SATB adaptation of Ola Gjeilo's Song of the Universal. Walt Whitman's unabashed optimism, exuberance, and unwavering confidence in our deeper humanity is beautifully portrayed through music. For
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
Snow Angel is an evocative five-movement choral work that explores themes of love, rebirth, and beauty through the eyes of children and the heavenly army of angels that watch over them, yearning to
The allure of night proves an endless delight when Wordsworth's words are married to Redford's music in this probing triptych. The music serves the poetry in deliberate tones, now surging wildly, now ebbing
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This multi-movement work for mixed choir, piano, and cello is a song cycle on seven poems by Emily Dickinson. Expertly crafted vocals, a supportive piano, and a cello with a heavenly voice combine to create
Composed in 1965 for the Cathedral of Chichester in Sussex, England, this massive choral statement in three movements was conceived when Leonard Bernstein was at the height of his musical skills. It
Vivaldi's masterwork for solo voices, mixed chorus and keyboard reduction. This Walton edition includes extensive editorial notes on score revisions and Baroque performance practice. Orchestral parts
(Eng.) Vocal score. Text from The Song of Songs. "If... you haven't yet explored it, give it a look. Each movement is worth doing." --Choral Director (Sept. 2008), Repertoire Forum column.
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