This warm choral setting is so beautifully melodic and expressive, it could be precisely the way Robert Louis Stevenson imagined his famous "I will make you brooches" poem. This is very sweet, singable, and
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"Ask me to sing, and I will give you a piece of my soul. Ask me to sing, and I feel happy and hopeful and whole." Useful as an opener, closer, or for a combined-choir concert, this inspirational
Respected film composer Hans Zimmer's wordless tribute to those who lost their lives or were affected by the 2012 shooting in Aurora, Colorado. A stunning addition to the repertoire for advanced choirs.
This haunting contemporary a cappella work features a wistful text about the departure of summer and the coming of winter. Rich harmonies and thoughtful dynamics heighten the mood of this stunning piece.
This thoughtful, dramatic a cappella setting of William Butler Yeats' Love Song is filled with opportunities for expressive singing. A choral work of great depth for upper-level choirs. "...and
Here is a little gem that has been recorded by a variety of artists, including The Weavers and Peter, Paul, and Mary. Based on a hymn tune by J.S. Bach, with words by Tom Glazer and Pete Seeger, it conveys
Greg Gilpin's skillful writing and sensitive interpretation create an expressive piece that brings understanding to the poignant text by the 18th-century poet Ambrose Philips. Stunning in its simplicity,
"I can live my life on earth contented to the end, if but a few shall know my worth and proudly call me friend." Edgar Guest's poetry is paired with text from Shakespeare to create a warm, reflective text
Multi-dimensional imagery and music combine in this emotional homage to the power of abiding love. Challenging, yet intensely satisfying.
A poignant original English text combined with Latin phrases from the Requiem Mass lays the foundation for this tender song of remembrance. Deeply emotive musically, with exquisite lyricism, this piece was
This distinguished setting of the McCrae text was originally published for mixed choirs soon after being named the first winner of the ACDA Brock Memorial composition contest. Aitken’s new
Singers will cherish this sublime Quaker song, taken from our rich heritage of American folk music. As experienced conductors have come to expect from the gifted arranger, Jay's setting is artful in its
"How do I love thee? Let me count the ways..." This artistic setting of the classic Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem features a whimsical piano motif that flits around like a little bird amid the sweeping
"How like a winter hath my absence been, like a winter, from thee..." This artful setting of a text by William Shakespeare works equally well as a winter piece or as a secular concert work. Sing the liquid
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