"Watch, O Lord, with those who wake, or watch or weep tonight, and give your angels charge over those who sleep..." Based on a text by St. Augustine, this innovative work features improvised piano and tenor
An exciting rendition of the "Cantate Domino" Latin text by Ivo Antognini. This setting explores rhythm and texture as it weaves through various time signatures. Would make a fantastic concert opener.
Ola Gjeilo's three-work set of Ubi Caritas settings is now complete with Sacred Heart. Musically independent from the other two works, Sacred Heart can stand alone or be performed
Here's an exciting work for men's chorus that will make a great concert opener! Mostly in 7/8 meter, it will give a nice but achievable challenge to your men's chorus. A good selection for honor choirs and
This a cappella setting of the traditional Latin text uses sustained passages and a homophonic texture to create an excellent performance piece that is also good for teaching tone and blend. A nice, fresh
Mozart's Requiem in D Minor is one of the most well-loved choral-orchestral works from the entire Classical canon. From the Requiem comes the Lacrimosa, originally scored for choir and orchestra.
Light and celebratory, this joyous anthem for double a cappella choir uses rhythmic, ostinato-like vocal lines to support the melodic theme. A sustained middle section provides contrast, capturing the
A truly special and evocative poem by Hildegard von Bingen set masterfully by the composer. The piano acts as a fifth voice with the choir, often representing the "circling" of the mysterious "firey force."
This edition features Ola Gjeilo's piano improvisation over his original Ubi Caritas for SATB voices, as performed by the composer and the Central Washington University Chamber Choir in their
Robert Lowry's beloved text is thoughtfully set to a new tune, supported by a majestic piano accompaniment. The vocal lines seem to emulate the echoes of the hills where these words may have first been
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