Pure Christmas joy is felt by the moving statement of voices a cappella in this tender offering to the infant King. This contemporary song by Michael W. Smith is heard here in a graceful arrangement. It is
This beloved patriotic anthem is presented with a dignified reverence. After an opening flourish, the verse unfolds simply and then increases in harmonic activity. A triumphant, bold spirit characterizes
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Written for the Choir of the Church of the Advent in Boston, Massachusetts, this piece was composed for the wedding of John Sterling Lambert and Susan Tighlman Bisson at the Advent on October 12, 2002. The
This clever invitation to the joy of Christmas will be an a cappella wonder for your choir. The men begin with a drum-like "Come, O Come..." and the women soar with a lyrical line that beckons the listener
Lush harmonies abound in this original a cappella Christmas piece by Lloyd Larson, based on the familiar beloved lyric "Child in the manger, infant of Mary; outcast and stranger, Lord of all..." A cameo
This a cappella gem is a poignant choral tableau that displays with bittersweet beauty the deep emotion of the crucifixion. There is purity in the writing that perfectly portrays the passion and the power
Victor Johnson's energetic original composition is a festive celebration of the arrival of the newborn King. A strong soloist is needed, and there is a great section of vocal layering that builds towards a
Here is an a cappella wonder! This energetic gem is a wonderful way to showcase your bass section. Incorporating the beloved spiritual I'm Gonna Sing When the Spirit Says Sing, this will be
A joyful spirit permeates this song from start to finish. This good-natured gospel styled anthem is ideal for Epiphany and its approachable technical demands make it excellent for youth and adult ensembles.
This a cappella motet features a text of depth and intensity from Philippians. Mr. Stopford uses harmonic, textural, and dynamic contrasts to highlight the various points in the narrative. A moving setting
Expressive four-part a cappella writing speaks with sensitive eloquence in this sacred gem. The lyric challenges worshipers to examine their own spiritual journey and their hope to mirror the image of
Juxtaposing words in Hebrew with modern English translations of 13th century Muslim poet Rumi, this work calls out against violence and invites the listener to an abstract place without war. Unique!
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