Commissioned for Erskine College in South Carolina, this setting of Psalm 89 is full of joy. A powerful piano accompaniment, a soprano descant over the last verse and constantly shifting tonal centers make
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This exceptional work is a wonderfully expressive choral statement and continues to be a popular choice with contest and festival choirs. Originally written to be accompanied by two pianos, this new edition
In this a cappella setting by Swiss composer Ivo Antognini, the theme is presented three times, each with small variations. The melody is very singable, and at some moments sounds quite similar to gregorian
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