This vivid concert work for young voices portrays the emergence of the adult dragonfly, with dazzling, jewel-like sapphire wings, through layered vocal lines and shifting 6/8 to 3/4 metric feel. Accessible
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This work abounds with spirit, embracing the force of nature portrayed in the Anne Bronte poem. The buoyant piano accompaniment sets the mood, while the gently rocking choral parts give lilt and sway. This
"Celebrate, celebrate! Shout! Shout! Shout!" This exciting original will be equally effective for holiday or general concert performances. The rhythmic underlay gives it a colorful, effervescent quality
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This reflective poetry by Sara Teasdale forms the lyric framework for this lovely two-part setting. Ideal for encouraging a light head voice tone, phrasing and dynamic contrast in young choirs.
Choirs will enjoy exploring the colors and textures of this exuberant celebration of sound! Using only vocables to imitate the timbre of an electric guitar, developing or smaller choirs will love rehearsing
Through words and music, this simple, lovely original portrays the personal experience of losing a loved one and ends with the hope of future love and happiness. Set in a gentle, expressive folk-like style,
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