Mixed choirs in school and community will enjoy this evocative work with a text by Sara Teasdale that sings of the beauty and wildness of nature. Dynamic range and a rich supportive accompaniment make this
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Growth, change, love and loss - these are all a part of growing to adulthood. This gentle original offers an introspective look at these emotions with accessible and well-crafted pop-style harmonies and a
"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
Celebrate our connectedness, our yearnings, our dark and dazzling yesterdays and our bright and hopeful tomorrows through this original concert piece inspired by the ten-panel mural America Today.
Treble choirs will shine in this expressive setting of a classic poem by Thomas Hood. Opportunities abound to develop a clear and blended unison vocal line, arched phrasing, and independent part-singing
The reflective, melancholy poem by Sara Teasdale creates a quiet meditative mood in this accessible work for SSA choirs. Beautiful harmonic writing, a sensitive flowing piano accompaniment and the wonderful
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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Craig Hella Johnson's a cappella setting of Dolly Parton's Light of a Clear Blue Morning is infused with light and hopefulness as it opens with a solo soprano and gradually builds to a joyful
This work abounds with spirit, embracing the force of nature portrayed in the Anne Bronte poem. The buoyant piano accompaniment sets the mood, while the gently rocking choral parts give lilt and sway. This
The Papoulis Foundation for Small Voices advocates for school music programs in many ways, with proceeds from sheet music sales of this piece going directly to the Music Changes the World project. This
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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Taken from a singspiel written by Mendelssohn when he was 15 years old, this masterwork arranged for treble choir will give young singers the chance to experience authentic 19th-century music. You can
Edited by Timothy Seelig, this uplifting song is a powerful work of affirmation and inclusion that supports our shared spiritual heritage. "If I dance with the storm, I'll be safe in your arms." A fantastic
This pairing of two of Leonard Bernstein's songs Take Care of This House from "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue" and My House from "Peter Pan" will create a reflective concert moment for mixed
This lovely a cappella setting of the poem by Mary Elizabeth Coleridge features a lyrical soprano solo and beautifully harmonized choral parts. Several cued-note options are provided to make the arrangement
Five classics from the Romantic era make this a useful and valued collection for mixed choruses in schools, colleges and communities. Includes: Abendlied (Josef Rheinberger); Abendstndchen
John Leavitt's simple setting of the beloved Song of Solomon text features haunting suspensions and warm choral sonorities. It may be performed a cappella, or with the optional piano accompaniment for a
Incorporating a familiar Irish hymn tune and text from a poem by Abraham Lincoln, this expressive original offers an opportunity for younger choirs to give tribute or express love for a special individual
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
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
This original work by John Leavitt is part of "American Song," a choral song cycle featuring texts of distinctive American poets. This selection, based on a poem by Carl Sandburg, is a stunning mood piece
"There ne'er were such thousands of leaves on a tree, nor of people in church or the Park, as the crowds of the stars that looked down upon me, and that glittered and winked in the dark." Treble choirs will
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