A delicate Lied sensitively set for two-part or three-part voices. The piano accompaniment is especially beautiful and appropriate for this masterwork from the Romantic era. Teaching opportunities abound to
A tender text, a sweet melody, and warm harmonies come together in this gentle lullaby for SSA choirs. The tessitura is well chosen, allowing your girls to sing in the sweet spot of their voices. Fun fact:
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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
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
From the French opera "Armide" comes this joyous chorus for women's voices. Distinctly Baroque, this SSA arrangement includes a brief instrumental introduction, optional parts for two flutes and hand drum
A supportive accompaniment is the foundation for uncomplicated choral writing in this dramatic setting of Shakespeare's text from "Romeo and Juliet." Beautifully rich and moving!
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
"A gentle whisper on the wind sails across the sea..." A poignant original text is beautifully harmonized for women's voices in this tender ballad. Gentle dissonances and suspensions, as well as expressive
This beautiful treble choral features a lyrical melody supported by an expressive piano accompaniment. The perfect setting of the famous text, "Hope is the thing with feathers, that perches in the
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
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