Stacey Gibbs's stunning arrangement of the traditional spiritual proves once and for all that two choirs are more fun than one. The thick chord structures, dynamic contrast, and rhythmic intensity
Based on a Gregorian chant by the same name, this a cappella work explores the ideas of human joy and angelic singing. Beginning softly, the composer builds texture and sound, moving toward the final climax
Estonian composer Part Uusberg's Kodutee reflects upon the journey of life from birth to death using vivid imagery of nature and the everyday. Hauntingly beautiful both musically and thematically,
This haunting traditional Irish song is beautifully arranged by composer Joseph Gregorio. Use of naturally crafted counterpoint in the vocals makes this work both complex in its construction and simple in
The traditional Latin Eucharistic text is set in a lush, modern choral style with long phrases and beautiful cadences. Rich harmonies and soaring melodic lines offer an expression of devotion in this sacred
In this beautiful work by Estonian composer Paert Uusberg, a poem by Ernst Enno speaks of evening and of the images we associate with dusk. The tonalities, both familiar and other-worldly, will make this a
This item has been discontinued and we can only sell our remaining stock. Add to cart to check availability and for more information.
A significant new setting of the Requiem by Dan Forrest, scored for mixed choir and orchestra with solos for boy soprano (mezzo-soprano) and tenor. Combining both liturgical and non-liturgical
William Blake's famous poem The Tyger has been the inspiration for many pieces of choral music. This interpretation was the winner of the 2013 NDSU Edwin Fissinger Choral Composition Contest.
This is a great a cappella piece! Easy-to-feel mixed meters, djembe, and very effective drone chords create a medieval feeling. When the chant-like section occurs, the effect is absolutely stunning.
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW
Sign up for emails to stay informed about the best new music, events, and everything you need for the upcoming season.