Ruth Elaine Schram brings Robert Frost's distinguished poem to life in this expertly crafted original. With all three parts given equal opportunities to sing the melody and a truly accessible men's part,
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Simply charming for young and developing choirs, and now for SATB voices, this touching piece offers a wish for the world to find the hope, peace, and love that it needs. With memorable melodies and a
Pique your choir’s curiosity with this inquisitive original piece that abounds with delightful nature-inspired imagery: "And the beauty of all that sky above, and the wonders here below make me
Commissioned for the Kansas All-State Honor Choir, Forever Music speaks of music's power to uplift and heal. Perfect for advocacy and for Music in Our Schools Month, this emotionally charged
With And I Can Sing, J.D. Frizzell offers a freely spontaneous setting of American poet James Weldon Johnson's The Gift to Sing. Captivating choral writing and an independent piano
Esteemed composer Z. Randall Stroope realizes the profound, soul-searching words of Tennyson's "Ulysses" in a grand and expansive setting. Premiered in Carnegie Hall, Soulspeak is an
A dazzling showpiece for mature ensembles, this masterful work frames a classic Emily Dickinson poem in a dramatic, rhythmically driven setting. Upon a Wheel of Cloud begins a cappella and develops
"I plant you a garden, an acre or more, that brightens and blesses what life holds in store..." These words of caring, comfort and encouragement join with gently flowing musical lines to create a lovely,
Full of stylistic variety and tonal color, this piece delivers a positive message about how imagination and forward thinking set us free to accomplish great things. "I'm riding the tail of a comet, floating
Now available in this setting for developing mixed choirs, this choral masterwork by Henry Purcell is essential Baroque literature at all levels. The first and second verses of this arrangement are
A favorite American folk classic comes alive in this musically satisfying arrangement suitable for choral ensembles of varying sizes and levels. Sensitive a cappella choral writing with traditional
Gentle "alleluias" serve as the text for this artful setting of Bach's Air on the G String. The work exudes an air of peacefulness and quiet devotion, full of wonderful teaching opportunities.
This splendid marriage of text and tune vividly portrays our eternal quest to connect with nature. Especially suited for Earth Day celebrations but appropriate year-round, listener and singer alike are in
Lightfoot's unique setting of the beloved Robert Louis Stevenson poem is a perfect fit for developing choirs, ensuring feelings of confidence in your singers. The rhythmic feel, minor mode, mixed meters,
"We sing out a jubilant song. Our spirits are free." The soaring vocals are within reach of large and small choirs, and a dazzling piano part enlivens the musical landscape throughout its pages. The joy of
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