Amor Vincit Omnia - "love conquers all" - is a poignant, lush and lyrical adaptation of a text whose theme expresses endless hope in the power of love. Singers will delight in the well-constructed,
Now available for mixed, treble, or male choirs, this original work contains lyric, legato vocal lines which unfold to reveal a subtle interplay between voices, interwoven with piano and an optional
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
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
This a cappella homophonic setting of the well-known Christopher Marlowe text, in compound meter, is lilting and enchanting yet accessible. Choirs of varying abilities will enjoy success as they explore the
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
Absolutely beautiful, this a cappella original was inspired by the colors and nostalgia of the Kansas prairie in autumn. Lonely, empty spaces in the fading landscape evoke conflicting feelings of
A minimum quantity of 5 is required on this title.
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
"Let peace, like welcome rain, flow freely down... Come soothe the summer's wounded soul and flood the burning fears we hold with truth and hope, and deeper understanding...." This text challenges us to
Based on words from Song of Solomon, this expressive a cappella work is a little gem for intermediate or advanced choirs. The excellent part writing truly complements the beautiful text. "For lo! the winter
The text of this lush tune emphasizes the universal message--finding the sacred in the present moment--that is appropriate not just during a particular season, but every day of the year. Gorgeous with or
This setting of Wendell Berry's The Wild Geese allows the singers and audience to reflect on the natural beauty of the earth, sky, and humanity through the flowing and expressive melodic ideas,
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