"Whatever comes your way, sing on! Keep your music going... sing on!" A great concert piece for SA women's choir. Carefully crafted melodic lines with exciting rhythms lie over a lovely harmonic progression
Teasdale's famous poem is dramatically defined in this musical gem. With lots of color and great expressive dictates, mature choirs will revel in the challenge of this beautiful composition.
A wonderful a cappella novelty piece for any men's group. Using vocal clock sounds to set the scene, the melody passes from a tenor soloist through the choir and is eventually reiterated by a low bass solo.
Four hands on the keyboard give great drive to this very rhythmic, exciting and dramatic piece with a Sara Teasdale text. Chord clusters, close harmonies, and divisi in each voice part add to the depth and
Set to a Civil War poem, we are implored to "dance for beauty, dance for laughter, dance for love - soft falls the rain, bare feet dance me home" in this delightful and charming composition. Lovely piano
An ostinato-style accompaniment lays the foundation for distinctive vocal lines as they vividly convey Christina Rossetti's poetic promise of spring. This will be an excellent opener for a spring concert.
The text will be dear to the hearts of choral singers with its sentiments such as "no notes are as connected as the souls that sing them", and the final statement, "we are one." Musically strong and
Written in the modern folk style, composer Allen Koepke has provided an inspirational, allegorical text that is sure to delight. The piano lends dramatic support to the finely styled vocal parts. A frequent
Ella Wheeler Wilcox's poem suggests that the bird of hope not soar too high or sing too loud. Taking heed, the composer created much downward movement in the piano accompaniment, while allowing the singers
Loaded with excitement, this setting taken from Shakespeare’s famous "The Tempest" will have audiences both entertained
Composer and poet Ken Berg provides an inspiring message for teenage boys to contemplate as they begin to mature and approach manhood. Upbeat and powerful, this piece is sure to linger in the minds of
Soaring musical phrases contrasted by delicate nuances are the hallmarks of this sophisticated piece, which is highly recommended for the advanced a cappella choir.
This gorgeous work, dedicated to the memory of Stephen Paulus, is a superb contribution to the repertoire for better a cappella choirs!
"Music can bring us together as one... I believe in the power of a song." Roslyn Sieh makes strong statements about the power of a song with original text and melody. Uplifting, spirited, and accessible,
Audiences will leave the performance humming the opening strains of this splendid piece. Abounding in melodic interest and complemented with an ever-pulsating accompaniment, this setting of the Sara
This touching work with a musical emphasis on love is especially appropriate when honoring someone, whether in retirement, remembrance, or gratitude. Each vocal line is crafted with great care so that all
Sprightly and fun, this piece gathers its text from the poetry of the 2012 Young Writers Contest winner, Zoe Johnson. The composer vividly captured Zoe's and the dolphins' spirit with the incorporation of
A joyful melody conveys the contemplative text while a fluid piano accompaniment adds color and drama to this enchanting work. Singers of all ages will appreciate this charming addition to their repertoire.
Following in the footsteps of the all-time bestselling treble arrangement, this sensitive setting of the Sara Teasdale poem features a flowing piano accompaniment that supports the tender love song. Adding
"In every heart there is a place that shows us who we are." The opening phrase presents the challenge that unfolds in this significant song: bringing our inner voice to expression. Bound to be the highlight
"Sing to me! Something of sunlight and bloom..." An uplifting text by Ella Wheeler Wilcox is set to charming music in this wonderful piece with melodic interest in all parts and conservative ranges.
"I am nature, I am beauty. I am the earth and the sea..." Easy to learn, with plenty of unison passages, this is an absolute delight for young singers. The simple, poetic text reminds us all that we are a
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