"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
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This hauntingly beautiful original piece captures the essence of the nightingale's song. The tender text is set with a delicately spun melody and flowing piano accompaniment in a gorgeous harmonic structure
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
This mysterious and thought-provoking concert work begins with the simple call of "I hear oceans" and melts into lush choral writing enhanced by interesting harmonies and textures. This unusual choral will
The well-loved song by Robert Lowry takes on a more reflective and emotional style in this elegant, simple setting for mixed voices. Accessible choral parts make this a good choice for developing a cappella
The romantic text of Robert Louis Stevenson's Over the Land Is April is set here for young men's voices. The keys in this a cappella and mostly homophonic arrangement fit both changed and unchanged
Inspired by Sarah Williams' poem The Old Astronomer, the exceptional text in this new concert work tells of the irony of life's moments. This appealing piece features an optional cello obbligato
Shakespeare's beautiful love poem is set brilliantly for choral singing that is full of emotion and dynamic interest in its interpretation of the text. The vocal ranges, well-written harmonies, and
This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
The exciting fanfare opening exalts the title then continues with long melodic lines above a rhythmic and driving piano accompaniment. Throughout, the text is musically reflected in style and dynamics with
A tuneful Quaker melody is transformed with additional music and original text, creating a playful and thoughtful work celebrating the love of friendship. Beginning with the simple melody, the piece
Joyful and celebratory, this original choral is an excellent opening concert selection for young voices. Easy mixed meter, minor tonality and optional hand claps create the driving, rhythmic feel that
Paralleling the voyages we make through life with those of a river flowing to the sea, this poignant original work creates a thoughtful and meaningful atmosphere that will bring out the best in your choir.
This unique concept is a portrait of repentance and grace. Taking the text from Wayfaring Stranger and setting it to the tune of Shenandoah brings new insight and expressive potential
The Word becomes song in this scripture-based anthem for choirs seeking an expressive vehicle for worship. A melodically pleasing gesture with wide intervals opens simply before taking on a rich and
A large, majestic anthem, this composition presents the imagined moment that music is given to the world. Beginning quietly with a rising melodic line, this motive grows and expands into a full and rich
Combining Simple Gifts and the Going Home theme from Dvorak's "New World" symphony in partner-song format, this is easy to perform with a minimum of rehearsal. A favorite with two-part
"In the name of music, I shall sing of breathtaking wonders and beautiful things..." You will not find a better music-themed piece for your choir! Superb in music and text, this offers an ideal opportunity
Orlando di Lasso's tuneful villanelle is set here for TBB voices, with Italian text and English subtext. Carefully edited, it is shorter in duration than the original SATB score and includes an optional
"More than the wind, more than the snow, more than the sunshine, I love the rain..." Celebrating the love of rain, Ebenezer Jones' lesser-known poem is set with spirit and vitality in this happy, playful
Selected quotes of Mother Teresa are woven together to create a stunning lyric of love and compassion. With melody and harmony weaving above a flowing piano accompaniment and optional violin, the new SATB
"Soaring and gliding, racing down the wind, on my way to find my destiny..." Fresh, easy and singable, this piece will speak to the youthful optimism of your students. A stunning performance piece for young
The delightful Eugene Field poem is a fantasy bedtime story about three children sailing and fishing among the stars from a boat (which is a wooden shoe), symbolizing a sleepy child's blinking eyes, nodding
"If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain..." Emily Dickinson's well-known poem is the creative force behind this gorgeous concert work. Lovely unison singing and simple, tasteful
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