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Your singers will love rehearsing and performing this rhythmic celebration based on traditional African music. Layered vocal lines, call and response, and the vitality of the congas, claves and djembe will
The grandeur of Ralph Waldo Emerson's "skyborn music" text creates a canvas for Dan Forrest's magnificent sonorities in this superb selection for choir and soloist with piano or optional strings.
From ethereal to sublime, the range of choral sonority is offered here in a magnificent setting of an Emily Bronte poem that is ideal for developing treble voices in high school and beyond.
This lovely work for SSA voices expressively depicts the beauty of the evening sky as it deepens from the crimson twilight until the silver threads of moonlight stream down to the earth below. An inspired
Marked to be performed "boisterously," this original Michael Gray work in the style of a sea chantey is a true choral classic!
Changing the world starts with just one person! Using a powerful vocal call and response with body percussion, this original work builds confidence and self-awareness through the affirming lyrics and vocal
The famous art song by Franz Schubert, also known as The Trout, offers a rewarding challenge for three-part treble choirs and piano. In German throughout, with pronunciation guide.
The simple Latin prayer expanded with additional English lyrics unfolds naturally in a sweet and open way. This accessible work makes a wonderful benediction for a concert or service, and though written for
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
This spirited and energetic composition reflects the verve and vivaciousness of the text by Rumi. The lively piano underlay forms a perfect foundation for the soaring vocal lines.
This gospel-flavored work is a setting of lyrics by famed Harlem Renaissance composer and poet James Rosamund Johnson depicting the power of music to change darkness to light and sadness to joy. A wonderful
In this, one of Schubert's first and most successful art songs, Gretchen reflects on her sudden infatuation with Faust. The piano accompaniment, with its relentless sixteenth notes in the right hand,
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