This May Day song scored for four-part male voices begins almost like a prayer, and then suddenly, over a very lively piano accompaniment, the tempo picks up as the the text moves from a prayer-like tone to
Craig Hella Johnson's a cappella setting of Dolly Parton's Light of a Clear Blue Morning is infused with light and hopefulness as it opens with a solo soprano and gradually builds to a joyful
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This lovely a cappella setting of the poem by Mary Elizabeth Coleridge features a lyrical soprano solo and beautifully harmonized choral parts. Several cued-note options are provided to make the arrangement
This a cappella setting of Sara Teasdale's At Night offers the opportunity for your singers to expressively set a mood of calm and serenity through this beautifully voiced choral work. Long
An assuring text from master poet Sara Teasdale, its central theme is that one can take refuge in singing. Ever sensitive to the text, Walker crafts word painting throughout with shimmering piano
O Setting Sun is based on a text adapted from Walt Whitman's much longer poem Song at Sunset. The baritone soloist acts as narrator, singing noble recitatives praising the sun and the hour
The second movement in "A Whitman Triptych," What Is the Grass? is an adaptation of a much longer poem - one of Whitman's deepest and most mysterious. The musical setting follows Whitman's
The third and final movement from Conte's "A Whitman Triptych," Facing West is drawn from the Children of Adam book from Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass. The tone of this movement is rich and
A beautiful a cappella setting of various Shakespeare texts commissioned by the University of Notre Dame Men's Glee Club, Daniel Stowe, conductor, in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the death of
This 20th-century triptych by renowned Canadian composer, Leonard Enns, includes poems by William Blake from his well-known set of poetry titled Songs of Innocence. Uncomplicated and lyrical. Includes:
Bass and Alto flute provide the accompaniment for this soundscape filled with interesting harmonic and melodic ideas. Written as in memoriam for two inspirational mothers, the feeling of the sea and the
This arrangement for SSAA chorus is fromthe original set, Due West for SATB chorus which was commissioned by the Vancouver Chamber Choir in 1997. The simple, charming text by Tara Wohlberg is in a
This setting for SSAA chorus is an arrangement from Stephen Chatman's original set, Due West for SATB chorus, commissioned by the Vancouver Chamber Choir in 1997. The charming text by Tara Wohlberg
"How do I love thee? Let me count the ways..." This artistic setting of the classic Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem features a whimsical piano motif that flits around like a little bird amid the sweeping
Set for SATB chorus, SATB soloists, and keyboard with optional orchestra: two flutes, two clarinets, two horns, two bassoons, and strings, this work is accessible and gratifying for high school and
This much-loved Schubert song has been musically enhanced with a new English translation, arranged for mixed voices with a new clarinet obbligato. The original German is provided and in either language it
The text by Bliss Carman paints beautiful pictures of the seasons and expresses the joy of love in all, while the music provides a colorful accompaniment and flowing choral lines that paints the picture in
Using the sonnet that was written by Emma Lazarus to raise money for the Statue of Liberty as the text, this composition with fairly free tonailty and close harmonies offers the mature ensemble an
"catch me in my youth e'er passing, leave not a single breath in want of mem'ries..." As the poem encourages us to live every moment fully, the musical setting reinforces this idea in both a pensive and
Featuring the poem Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon, written shortly after the end of World War I, Armistice 1918 is a celebratory work stemming from themes of victory and revolution.
The Wisdom of the Moon expresses how easy it is to be happy when things are difficult, but how we all need to learn how to persevere during difficult times. A sentiment of hope that is reflected in
Gaur Akelarre tells the story of a coven of witches and warlocks preparing for the night through energetic rhythms, interesting melodic leaps and harmonic passages. Sung entirely in Basque (IPA
"A Child's Garden of Verses" is a lovely set of songs with texts by Robert Louis Stevenson. Exuberant and joyful, Singing makes for a rousing finish to a set or concert. Vocally accessible for
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