A paradox through and through, this folksong-like original is intended to be seriously silly. As such, treble or tenor-bass choirs of all sizes and abilities will enjoy learning and sharing this imaginative
Henry van Dyke's poem A Lover's Envy describes a beautiful, selfless love, and this expressive choral setting highlights the emotional quality of the text. This is sure to pull at the heartstrings
"Twelve thousand Union soldiers climbed the hills of Tennessee, that day on Lookout Mountain in eighteen sixty-three..." Describing a Civil War battle fought near Chattanooga, Tennessee, this
This arrangement of a traditional Italian folk song is a fun way to work on pure vowel formation and unity of tone. Whether sung with piano accompaniment or a cappella, this lighthearted, energetic
A poetic text and expressive choral writing combine in this tribute to enduring love. The optional opening solo presents the lyrical melody, but the highlight of the piece comes when the entire choir builds
Marked to be performed "boisterously," this original Michael Gray work in the style of a sea chantey is a true choral classic!
A very impressive opener or contest/festival piece! Bright, fanfare-like motives, incisive accompaniment, and text in Latin and English work together to make this work a standout for young and developing
This is the perfect feature for middle school boys! The lyrics, based on a poem by James Barton Adams, glamorize the life of a cowboy while the music supports the voices and lays down a solid, riding beat.
This energetic spiritual setting is everything you need for a rousing performance by your young singers. A driving piano accompaniment with solid vocal writing and many dynamic twists and turns sets this
Choirs of all abilities will embrace singing this powerful and intense contemporary setting using the Day of Wrath text. The powerful melodic statements and lyrical part-writing contrast