The independent parts create a cascade of sound that is rich, warm, and exquisite. Paired with a text by Mark Twain, this piece is as much a blessing as it is a dedication. A beautiful concert closer for
This a cappella setting of a traditional Irish blessing uses soft dissonances and free-flowing counterpoint to speak of those who give support in times of trial. The occasional divisi voicing creates a
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This dramatic setting has a Renaissance or Baroque feel. The large, full chords, independent lines, changing meters and keys, and a dynamic and challenging accompaniment will challenge your choir and excite
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The third and final movement from Conte's "A Whitman Triptych," Facing West is drawn from the Children of Adam book from Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass. The tone of this movement is rich and
O Setting Sun is based on a text adapted from Walt Whitman's much longer poem Song at Sunset. The baritone soloist acts as narrator, singing noble recitatives praising the sun and the hour
This arrangement for SSAA chorus is fromthe original set, Due West for SATB chorus which was commissioned by the Vancouver Chamber Choir in 1997. The simple, charming text by Tara Wohlberg is in a
The second movement in "A Whitman Triptych," What Is the Grass? is an adaptation of a much longer poem - one of Whitman's deepest and most mysterious. The musical setting follows Whitman's
Set for SATB chorus, SATB soloists, and keyboard with optional orchestra: two flutes, two clarinets, two horns, two bassoons, and strings, this work is accessible and gratifying for high school and
This Christina Rossetti text mystically describes death as a dreamlike state. This leaves composer Richard Burchard an excellent palate for an impressive musical composition. His music is moving, ethereal
Using the sonnet that was written by Emma Lazarus to raise money for the Statue of Liberty as the text, this composition with fairly free tonailty and close harmonies offers the mature ensemble an
"catch me in my youth e'er passing, leave not a single breath in want of mem'ries..." As the poem encourages us to live every moment fully, the musical setting reinforces this idea in both a pensive and
Gaur Akelarre tells the story of a coven of witches and warlocks preparing for the night through energetic rhythms, interesting melodic leaps and harmonic passages. Sung entirely in Basque (IPA
Featuring the poem Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon, written shortly after the end of World War I, Armistice 1918 is a celebratory work stemming from themes of victory and revolution.
An interesting take on a section of text from the Carmina Burana. This setting uses modal harmonies, a haunting melodic line, and transfixing percussion to express the mysterious nature of the text.
Premiered by the famed Indianapolis Children's Choir, this is a fresh and appealing contemporary work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw. Community-based treble choirs through high school and
Teasdale's famous poem is dramatically defined in this musical gem. With lots of color and great expressive dictates, mature choirs will revel in the challenge of this beautiful composition.
Beautiful harmonic writing accompanies this Langston Hughes text. A cappella with an abundance of close harmonies and nice distribution of melodic ideas throughout the voices will make this a favorite for
This original composition combines the text from Rosy's Journey, a short story by American author Louisa May Alcott, with incessant pulsing rhythms that reflect an urgency in the accompaniment to
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