Although this is an original work, the words, which simulate a tribal language, give it a world-music feeling. In fact, the chant-like character of the piece almost makes you feel as though you are taking
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Playful and rhythmic, the nonsensical and happy-go-lucky narrative of this fourth movement of Chimes is enhanced by onomatopoeic text and thick chordal texture.
Soul Rejoicing opens with the stormy image of a band of horsemen riding fiercely in the darkness of a moonless night. Thus, with the sounds of pounding hooves and riders' shouts, begins
The tenor solo and narrator are pivotal in this dark, story-telling second movement of Chimes, while the chorus repeatedly responds with tolling bells and ticking clocks.
Ti-Ri-Ri, the wordless fifth movement of Gavrilin's Choral Symphony, paints a colorful and theatrical scene. One can almost see young men and women gathering (for a dance, perhaps) and as
In this seventh movement of Gavrilin's Choral Symphony, a solo oboe introduces a dreamy, richly textured expression of the approaching end of a man's - or a nation's - journey of enlightenment and
The lamenting narrative about all that "can't" be during the winter is enhanced by tenor solo and varied choral textures in this plaintive movement.
A creative setting of Cuban Jose Marti's heartfelt poem in the original Spanish. The carefully crafted melody and choral parts offer countless opportunities to explore musical phrasing, tone building, and
Simplicity often gives way to purity and beauty, and that is the case with James Gossler's setting of this Irish room blessing. Serving as a concert closer or benediction, the words bring peace and
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A meditation on the mystery and wonder of music, this Estonian tone poem is a little gem for a cappella choirs. With gorgeous harmonies that intensify the text, this will resonate deeply with your singers.
This creative a cappella original has a life-affirming quality that is universally appealing. Beginning quietly, the piece builds with the joyful Latin text "Exsultate, jubilate," accompanied by djembe,
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