"Way up yonder above the moon, a bluebird sits in a silver spoon. Kitty alone and I..." This Irish nonsense song is a whirling, twirling kaleidoscope of sound - an excellent showcase for young treble
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Two treasured spirituals, Little David, Play on Your Harp and Ezekiel Saw the Wheel, partner in a veritable dance with a lighthearted piano accompaniment. Expertly crafted for two-part
"More than the wind, more than the snow, more than the sunshine, I love the rain..." Celebrating the love of rain, Ebenezer Jones' lesser-known poem is set with spirit and vitality in this happy, playful
"If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain..." Emily Dickinson's well-known poem is the creative force behind this gorgeous concert work. Lovely unison singing and simple, tasteful
This setting of the famous World War I-era poem by John McCrae is remarkable in its simplicity and emotional impact. An excellent choice for any concert occasion, including Memorial Day and veteran's
"In the name of music, I shall sing of breathtaking wonders and beautiful things..." You will not find a better music-themed piece for your choir! Superb in music and text, this offers an ideal opportunity
Hear the steady sound of the mill wheel in this brisk setting of the French Canadian folk song, which uses alternate French and English text. "I hear the windmill, tick-a tick-a tack-a..." Use the
Combining Simple Gifts and the Going Home theme from Dvorak's "New World" symphony in partner-song format, this is easy to perform with a minimum of rehearsal. A favorite with two-part
This fervent Hebrew prayer for peace is richly set to original music for treble or mixed choirs with piano and optional violin. A touching and reverent work for sacred services and concerts.