"Seasons come, seasons go, nothing stays the same" is the message of this folk-like original with words based on the text from Ecclesiastes. Younger choirs will enjoy singing this well-crafted work that
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This tender lullaby moves along with a gentle lilt as it sings of the sweetness and joy of childhood. Not a winter piece in the traditional sense, this lovely work paints a charming picture for treble
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Three short selections from the Orff-Schulwerk Music for Children collection combine to create a delightful choral suite for children's chorus. Perform with piano accompaniment or the original Orff
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"I have a garden in the hills, I go there ev'ry day; And sitting 'neath my fav'rite tree, I can pass all care away." This simply set original song has a lovely lilting melody that begins in unison before
A song of hope and promise, the simple melodic idea begins in an opening baritone solo before being picked up by the sopranos and altos. This melodic idea continues to be shared freely throughout the piece.
A great message of looking forward: "By the sea I can ride any wave, by the sea I'm strong like the sail, every place that I've never been before by the sea I can dream evermore." With a lovely and
A quintessential concert or festival opener available in voicing options for every choir. The joyful energy, mixed meters, minor mode, and dramatic dynamic contrasts make this exhilarating original an
"Like a golden thread woven through the fabric of our lives, the beauty of music is everywhere. And in this moment we are standing side by side, voices united as we proudly declare: Let there be music!"
"Said the rain to the child, "I will nourish you. I'll make you a world that's all in bloom... and the sun will follow soon." The rain sings gently in the narrative of this text, and a child responds with a
"We have a secret, just we three, the robin, and I, and the sweet cherry tree. The bird told the tree and the tree told me, and nobody knows it but just us three!" This charming anonymous text captures much
A meaningful message about how singing brings us together. Accessible choral writing allows for quick learning, and the universal theme makes for an ideal combined choir feature. Perform with sign language
The title of this piece, though it never actually appears in the lyrics, provides an overarching metaphor for the text. The ebb and flow of the piano accompaniment represents a turbulent sea, while the text
An imaginative text woven from the titles of twenty favorite children's books celebrates the role of literature in our lives. With a lilting, singable melody coupled with a lyrical piano accompaniment, this
Reimagined and beautifully harmonized, this arrangement of the traditional Welsh lullaby is sure to leave a lasting impression. The lovely choral lines provide opportunities to work on phrasing, breath
Enjoy this lighthearted Renaissance madrigal highlighting resonant treble sonorities, terraced dynamics, and accessible homophonic voice parts. Consider adding the optional piano accompaniment, optional
"Peace, peace, singing peace, singing peace to all this night." This simple text is set with a lovely melody built around the tonic triad and then carried into canon. This piece is a snap to learn but
"Do you hear an echo out here? Do you hear an echo so clear?" Creative choral writing from Sally Albrecht that features pentatonic melodies sung in unison and canon, with ostinato accompaniment for Orff
An exciting original piece that portrays the joy that we feel in our hearts when we experience and share our gifts of music! Shifting rhythmic patterns, joyous melodies and an energized accompaniment create
Featuring a vivid poetic text, a light and airy lilt, and a supportive piano accompaniment, this lyrical beauty celebrates the newness of every day. Each voice part shares moments of melody and flowing
This charming original piece re-creates the conversation between a pair of birds as they observe children singing. The birds consider what the sounds are, why the sounds are made, and most importantly, "Is
This uplifting ballad offers a positive message of hope. Starting with one solo voice and building to full choral presentation with descant, this accessible piece shares the value of music and unity. "Sing
For treble voices, piano and optional cello, this simple adaptation of a children's song offers lessons of love, peace and beauty for us all. Beginning with an opening solo, and incorporating Twinkle,
"Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you." Christina Rossetti's mysterious and intriguing text is presented in a beautiful setting to create a superb choral work for concert and contest. Designed for
This song begins by having choir members state something hurtful that has been said to them in an overlapping texture that shows that we have all been affected by pain and violence, and yet we choose to
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