"Ah, weary wee flipperling, curl at thy ease! The storm shall not wake thee, nor shark overtake thee, asleep in the arms of the slow-swinging seas..." This charming poem by Rudyard Kipling is the
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A cry for peace in a world torn by war, this poignant a cappella setting of an original text is filled with striking dynamic contrasts. "Sing, Be, Live, See... This dark stormy hour, the wind, it stirs. The
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Originally published for mixed voices, this stunning work has reached a large audience in a very short time and has been published in SSAA and TTBB voicings to meet the growing demand. The reviews are in -
Treasured words from the 15th-century carol are paired with a stunning, newly composed a cappella setting for mixed choirs. Beautiful cluster harmonies are interposed with a more open harmonic structure to
This heartfelt setting begins with a pianissimo drone over which the sopranos introduce the expressive melody. With lush harmonies, moments of dynamic intensity and an overriding sense of awe, this a
Majestic scenes from Ola Gjeilo's native Norway inspired Charles Silvestri's text for this contemporary tone poem. The words and music are fused in a poignant, lyrical way to convey the intense beauty of
As recorded by VOCES8 on their 2019 album Enchanted Isle, this soaring setting of Hafiz-inspired poetry by Daniel Ladinsky speaks of the matchless beauty of unconditional love. For a cappella choir with
This expressive, lush choral work by Eric Whitacre combines an enigmatic text and expansive chordal harmonies into a sublime musical statement of release and quiet resolve. With a text by celebrated
Set to the Latin Pulchra es amica mea text from Song of Solomon, this a cappella work is inspired by the beauty of the aurora borealis as seen by the composer in his native Norway.
This stunning a cappella work for divisi chorus and six water-tuned glasses utilizes a text by Sara Teasdale. Widely performed by festival and collegiate choirs, and recorded by VOCES8, this beautiful
The solemn majesty of this Russian sacred favorite is set here with four voicings. The fact that the text consists of a single psalm verse, followed by "Alleluia," makes singing this piece in the original
Commissioned by VOCES8 in 2020, this reflective piece is setting of a text from poet Jacqueline Goldfinger. Creating a period of calm during winter storms where we reflect on what we have lost but rise up