Originally composed for choir, this gorgeous, heartwrenching work features lush harmonies and memorable, lyrical melodies, and requires a great amount of sensitivity and finesse. Beautiful!
This work utilizes the sound of a theremin, an electronic instrument often used in old science fiction and horror movies and the part is optional, doubled by instruments of the band. The
Take your performance to the next level with this engaging piece that features plastic cans and buckets, much like street performers in large cities. The musical dance group Stomp amazed audiences with
Inspired by a massive work of art in which steel rods are placed over a large expanse of desert, drawing lightning strikes and creating powerful man-made electrical storms. This work draws on
Perhaps no challenge has been greater in history than setting foot on the moon. Relive those amazing moments with this piece that uses audio clips from President Kennedy, Commander Neil Armstrong and
Scarborough Fair is simply one of the most beautiful and haunting melodies of all time. This setting of the melancholy tune captures the mood of a gray and rainy afternoon, perfectly matching the
The United States Air Force maintains a special and mysterious base in Nevada known as Area 51. There is much speculation that the wreckage of alien spacecraft and perhaps even captured or recovered aliens
Experience a magical winter solstice ceremony at the megalithic Newgrange site in Ireland. A smooth, mystical introduction leads to a hypnotic dance groove as open fifths, driving drones and percussion
A musical depiction of two Arkansas towns devastated by a tornado in 1952. Dr. Karrick retells the story, moving from quietness to havoc, and incorporating the beautiful old hymn, What Wondrous Love Is
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