This is simply too good not to consider for your choir. Omnia sol temperat, "the sun warms everything," comes from a verse of Latin found in "Carmina Burana." The composer's English text speaks to
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"I dream a world where man no other man will scorn, where love will bless the earth and peace its paths adorn..." The introspective and contemplative lyrics of the great African-American poet Langston
The haunting yet whimsical quality of this piece, almost folk-like in nature, is truly refreshing! The composer's lyrics center around a child who loves to sing during the day while playing, and at night
"Electric fingers reaching, reaching, skipping, darting, fleeting, tapping on the clouds..." The vivid imagery and word painting in this creative original are further sparked by dynamic contrasts, rhythmic
Ruth Elaine Schram brings Robert Frost's distinguished poem to life in this expertly crafted original. With all three parts given equal opportunities to sing the melody and a truly accessible men's part,
"There will be rest, and sure stars shining over the rooftops crowned with snow, a reign of rest, serene forgetting, the music of stillness holy and low." This masterful setting of Sara Teasdale's
Hauntingly beautiful melodic lines and a supportive accompaniment gently interweave to evoke the marvelous imagery in this classic Rachel Field poem. This piece is excellent for teaching phrasing, blend,
Simply charming for young and developing choirs, and now for SATB voices, this touching piece offers a wish for the world to find the hope, peace, and love that it needs. With memorable melodies and a
This reflective concert piece ponders the human condition, spreading the universal message of peace. Appropriate for all ages, this repertoire staple features an optional P/A CD with two versions of the
Edna St. Vincent Millay's vivid poetic imagery and emotional message come to life in this lovely, expressive piece. "I will be the gladdest thing under the sun! I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick
Greg Gilpin’s inspired music brings Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s text to life. Featuring a cascading a cappella introduction, this reflective work is a marvelous creative programming choice for
This jubilant, accessible original will add flourish and excitement to your performance. The strong opening theme leads to a colorful contrasting middle section, and the buoyant recapitulation propels the
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