The publisher has made this item rental only so we can only sell our remaining stock. Add to cart to check availability and for more information.
This item has been discontinued and we can only sell our remaining stock. Add to cart to check availability and for more information.
A significant new setting of the Requiem by Dan Forrest, scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano (mezzo-soprano) and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical
Composed in 1965 for the Cathedral of Chichester in Sussex, England, this massive choral statement in three movements was conceived when Leonard Bernstein was at the height of his musical skills. It
A minimum quantity of 4 is required on this title.
A minimum quantity of 3 is required on this title.
This major work is a seven-movement setting of Psalm 100, predominantly in Latin. Inserted within the work are interjections of the text "Shout to the Lord, all ye lands!" in eight different languages. The
Vivaldi's masterwork for solo voices, mixed chorus and keyboard reduction. This Walton edition includes extensive editorial notes on score revisions and Baroque performance practice. Orchestral parts
A minimum quantity of 2 is required on this title.
This item is temporarily unavailable from the supplier though we still may have stock. Add to cart to check availability and for more information.
An SATB adaptation of Ola Gjeilo's Song of the Universal. Walt Whitman's unabashed optimism, exuberance, and unwavering confidence in our deeper humanity is beautifully portrayed through music. For
(Eng.) Vocal score. Text from The Song of Songs. "If... you haven't yet explored it, give it a look. Each movement is worth doing." --Choral Director (Sept. 2008), Repertoire Forum column.
Orchestrate Your Inbox
What are your interests? Fine-tune your email so you receive only what's important to you.
Thank you! Please check your inbox. We've sent an email with a link to update your preferences.
Pepper Music eClubs
Everything you need for the upcoming season and special recommendations from our editors! Each club is sent monthly (unless otherwise noted).
Cued In - The Pepper Blog
A weekly digest of insightful articles, helpful resources, and interviews with leading composers and arrangers
Subscribe to Cued In
Thanks, you're almost done! Please check your inbox and click the link to complete your subscription.