The simple, serene, and haunting melody of this original work employs polyphonic imitation in which each vocal line is equal in importance. The harp part is available as a free download from the publisher's
This bold, celebratory adaptation of Psalm 8 is a must for high school and collegiate women's choirs. Canticle is a dance of joy that culminates in ecstatic, nearly frenzied exclamations of
This powerful, flowing a cappella work in Latin opens with a beautiful unison chant and closes with a quiet "Amen." It is infused with interesting and varied harmonies, changing meter, and dramatic
A fanfare-like piano introduction sets the tone for this solid, rhythmic, tuneful setting. "Jubilate Deo! Sing with joy to God all the earth. Sing in exultation! Serve the Lord with gladness. Laudate..."
Now developing mixed or treble choirs can sing this English Renaissance canon, arranged with piano accompaniment. Text is in Latin throughout; translation and historical notes are included.
Although the text is taken from the Marian O Antiphons, which celebrate the onset of the Christmas season, this a cappella work is by no means limited to performance at Christmas. As the work
Inspired by the Sacred Harp tunes White and Long Sought Home, this arrangement with optional violin affords your singers the opportunity to experience the tradition of sacred choral music
This tender love song, with text taken from Ruth 1:16, is filled with harmonic colors, beautiful choral lines, wonderful chord clusters, and has an artful piano accompaniment that helps set the mood.
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