"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
This piece was conceived as a call for peace and hope for a future in which love and peace unite us all. Sing, shout, and clap your hands!
Percy Bysshe Shelley's immortal poem is the inspiration for this setting designed for young mixed choirs. With interesting melodic interplays between treble and bass parts, the lovely harmonies are further
This sensitive setting of Alfred Lord Tennyson's time-honored poem is a musical text painting, set to lush harmonic phrases and lyric melodies. The simple yet supportive accompaniment allows the vocals to
"My heart's a bonny bird..." This madrigal-esque, buoyant composition is mostly homophonic; the contrasting B section affords opportunities to showcase musicianship. Throughout the piece, the jaunty
Originally composed for SATB voices, this classic Vaughan Williams part song, based on a text by George Herbert, is now accessible to younger choirs in this SAB edition with optional piano accompaniment.
In this heartfelt setting of Charles Dickens' well-known poem, lyrical melodic lines contrast with lush harmonic refrains, all in easy, accessible ranges for developing voices. The piano accompaniment is
"The tide rises, the tide falls, the twilight darkens, the curlew calls..." The flowing 6/8 meter and lyrical melodic lines of this sensitive setting capture the mood of Longfellow's poem for developing
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