Using Carl Sandburg's poems Summer Stars; Stars, Songs, Faces and Stars as the text, this arrangement, set for younger voices, brings the poems to life. Mixing traditional harmonies, free
The exciting fanfare opening exalts the title then continues with long melodic lines above a rhythmic and driving piano accompaniment. Throughout, the text is musically reflected in style and dynamics with
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"We will set our course on a shining star, speed along to ports afar, be the best of who we are, for hope will light our way." This inspiring message and energizing music celebrates the power within to
"If I had one wish for you, if I had one gift I could give...It would be peace, peace to all." This timeless message is wrapped in a beautiful musical package with a simple vocal line and warm, flowing
Lush harmonies in a warm choral texture lay the foundation for this elegantly succinct setting of the traditional Irish blessing. A cappella, with a few lyric alterations to provide an enveloping framework
Paralleling the voyages we make through life with those of a river flowing to the sea, this poignant original work creates a thoughtful and meaningful atmosphere that will bring out the best in your choir.
"If I can share my song with others, a sweet refrain... I shall not live in vain." Franklin has added her own original text to the familiar Emily Dickinson poem, making this expressive treble original a
Composed as a graduation song, You're With Me Everywhere is a song of encouragement and hope that will complement any concert program. The words are uplifting and the tune grabs at your heart,
Here is an extremely sensitive and etherial-sounding work for more mature treble and SATB choirs A soaring melody is supported by a dreamlike piano accompaniment, as warm harmonies highlight the text; "Hold
New Beginnings was inspired by an exciting yet bittersweet time for students - the closing of one chapter in life and beginning another. Although many of us look forward to a next chapter in life
An uplifting, hopeful, and inspiring song perfectly suited for graduation ceremonies and concert programs. Beautiful melodies and an intuitive arrangement make this song a quick learn for middle and high
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,
This thoughtful, moving ballad reflects upon cherished memories and times spent together. It is an ideal choice for graduation and spring concerts.
Now even your youngest singers can enjoy singing the music of John Rutter! "Give me wings and I'll soar like an eagle; Bear me up, till I float in the blue; Give me mountains to climb, give me poems to
"I know I must go, but this place will always be my home." Original words and music are scored for unison voices with piano and optional string quartet. Perform this as a graduation anthem
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