Beginning with two main thematic ideas that are developed throughout the work - a gentle, lilting two-note motive and a lyrical four-note theme that travels throughout the voices - this seven-minute piece
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This lovely Marian motet by Hungarian composer Gyorgy Orban is scored for mixed chorus with divisi and piano. With some of the rhythmic and harmonic characteristics found in Orban's writing, the
Setting of this popular text for SATB divisi chorus unaccompanied. Marked as “Adagio, molto espressivo,” the work features a rich, full harmonic palette, with unique melodic motifs on the word
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In this stunning choral tapestry, the beloved Latin text is set with lush harmonies, vivid tonal colors and wonderful dynamic contrasts. It is an absolutely gorgeous soundscape for better a cappella choirs.
Blake Wilson's Ave Maris Stella focuses on the idea of Mary as a source of strength and power. Melodically rich with earthy harmonies and diverse texture, this is a very impressive setting of the
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A rhythmic ostinato on "la la la la la" is a compelling element of this jazz-influenced original on the traditional Latin text. Appropriate for better high school and university choirs, it will produce a
This exciting interpretation of Charles Anthony Silvestri's famous text explores emotion, and is truly impressive in performance. The careful time in the choir room will yeild stunning results in
Based on the well-known bible text "Sing unto the Lord a new song" (Psalm 96:1-3), this upbeat composition with strong dynamics and flowing block chords alternating with fast-paced polyphony brings across
Featuring alternating English, Basque and Latin text, this thrilling setting proclaims the joy of singing to God. Already much-loved around the world due to performances at the 2011 World Choral Symposium
An exciting rendition of the "Cantate Domino" Latin text by Ivo Antognini. This setting explores rhythm and texture as it weaves through various time signatures. Would make a fantastic concert opener.
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