The poetry of Eugene Field is captured beautifully in this original work. The words of the lullaby speak both to a child falling asleep and to a child who "does not hear his mother's song." The lilting
I Dream a World is an eloquent expression of hope for a world in which all people treat each other with love, respect, and selflessness. The better we learn to do this, the more freedom, peace, and
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.
A lovely poem by Sara Teasdale inspired this tender, beautiful choral setting, perfect for women's choirs at the high school level. "I sang my songs for the rest, for you I am still; the tree of my song is
Now Touch the Air Softly, a lovely poem by William Jay Smith, has been set with great care for developing voices. A simple, lilting piano accompaniment and a dancing oboe part combine with the
The Human Heart is a heartfelt rendering of several moments in William Wordsworth's poem Intimations of Immortality. The text calls us to take nothing for granted in our daily lives. This
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