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"Wake the song of joy and gladness, celebrate this festive day." With shifting moods from rhythmically driving to smooth and subtle, this joyful and celebratory piece is appropriate for any concert
Commissioned for a premiere performance at the Texas Music Educators Association 2000 convention, Joseph Martin's Come to the Music is alive and electric with driving rhythm, memorable melodies,
"I dream a world where man no other man will scorn, where love will bless the earth and peace its paths adorn..." The introspective and contemplative lyrics of the great African-American poet Langston
Victor Johnson's celebratory original features a text adapted from Psalms. Opening with a stately, majestic fanfare, it moves into jubilant high gear featuring a rhythmically driving accompaniment and
"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
This jubilant, accessible original will add flourish and excitement to your performance. The strong opening theme leads to a colorful contrasting middle section, and the buoyant recapitulation propels the
"Like a golden thread woven through the fabric of our lives, the beauty of music is everywhere. And in this moment we are standing side by side, voices united as we proudly declare: Let there be music!"
A quintessential concert or festival opener available in voicing options for every choir. The joyful energy, mixed meters, minor mode, and dramatic dynamic contrasts make this exhilarating original an
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