Set to the Latin "Pulchra es amica mea" text from "Song of Solomon," this a cappella work is inspired by the beauty of the aurora borealis as seen by the composer in his native Norway.
A meditation on the mystery and wonder of music, this Estonian tone poem is a little gem for a cappella choirs. With gorgeous harmonies that intensify the text, this will resonate deeply with your singers.
Ola Gjeilo's first publication for developing voices, featuring lyrics by Charles Anthony Silvestri, explores the unique qualities of each of the four seasons. A supportive piano part and an optional,
Lord Byron's famous poem is so appropriate for men's voices in this beautiful setting. Careful attention has been given to melody, while the piano and oboe give support and add ambience. "She walks in
This innovative a cappella work by Anders Edenroth provides a poetic and philosophical perspective on the transparent matter so essential to the survival of every living creature. This composition goes
This refreshing work employs a folk-like sound to capture W.B. Yeats' wonderfully descriptive words from The Lake Isle of Innisfree. The movement in the piano, the strumming of the guitar, and the
An interesting take on a section of text from the Carmina Burana. This setting uses modal harmonies, a haunting melodic line, and transfixing percussion to express the mysterious nature of the text.
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
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"I should be glad of loneliness and hours that go on broken wings..." Based on a poem by Sara Teasdale, I Should Be Glad captures the gratitude that artists feel as they live and work each day.
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