This five-movement work celebrates the long Canadian winter, setting texts by the composer, Sara Teasdale, Lucy Maud Montgomery (of Anne of Green Gables fame), and Melville Cane. Each movement depicts a
My Perfect Stranger is a captivating setting of Kevin Crossley-Holland's retelling of the Christmas story. Soloists take on the roles of key players in the narrative in the central movement, with
Snow Angel is an evocative five-movement choral work that explores themes of love, rebirth, and beauty through the eyes of children and the heavenly army of angels that watch over them, yearning to
This concise Latin mass setting is entirely suitable for liturgical use, but the sharply delineated characters of the different movements make it an appealing concert work also. The organ part is supportive
This four movement work is essentially a violin concerto, written at the request of the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation. The choir is important, but a part of the accompanying texture. The work can be performed
Mack Wilberg has crafted a meaningful retelling of the prodigal son story, using text from Luke 15, paired with other texts by David Warner. The chorus sings throughout and there are no parts for soloists.
This four-movement setting of the Gloria will be welcomed by choirs looking for an uplifting and jubilant concert work. This driving Gloria in excelsis Deo features syncopated rhythms and
This setting of the Gloria was commissioned by Peachtree Avenue Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia in honor of their organist Nicolas Bowden. This joyous mixed meter piece is scored for SATB voices,
The Gift of Life is a six-movement work was written in honor of Terry Price and in memory of Alice Marie Lind. The first performance took place in April, 2015 at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church
This classically grounded 15-minute cantata combines several popular carols in a performance full of Christmas spirit. Through creative reharmonization, rhythmic variation, and imaginative linking
Will Todd's Mass in Blue is fast becoming a staple of the choral repertory. A dynamic jazz setting of the Latin Mass, the work features driving grooves and blues harmonies, with provision for short
For SATB choir, baritone solo, children's choir, small orchestra or keyboard. First printing. Commissioned by St. Albans Choral Society to celebrate its Diamond Jubilee. Premiered on
This 15-minute jazz mass setting fits the Missa brevis formula by only including the Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Benedictus and Agnus Dei. Originally written for the Nidaros Cathedral Girl's Choir in Norway,
The five texts upon which this work is based, Kyrie; Gloria; Sanctus and Benedictus; Agnus Dei and Dona Nobis Pacem, are derived from poetry by Thomas Ken, William Blake, Lancelot Andrews
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This 1998 edition includes virtually all the music which Handel composed for "Messiah," including alternate voicings for arias and other choral revisions. It is an exceptional performing edition based
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