The simple message "Can you see, feel, hear me, the sun too?" describes the wonder of a world seen through the eyes of a deaf child, expressed through singing and sign language. A guide with pictures is
Christina Rossetti's poetry sings beautifully in this original concert piece for treble choirs. The melody takes a modern approach with open harmonies that build into independence. A supportive piano motive
With texts taken from the Kokin Wakashu, a collection of Japanese waka poetry compiled from various poets in the early tenth century, these four short songs of spring show the passing of the season from the
Dedicated to frontline workers of the 2020 pandemic, this Alicia Keys single is a wonderful tribute to all of those who protect and impact our lives. The essence of this meaningful song is captured in this
This delightful setting really sparkles! With French or optional English lyrics, simple harmonies, and a very nice, bouncy piano accompaniment, this is a strong choice for young voices!
Upbeat and optimistic, this piece features scat-like vocalizations, extended unison passages, syncopations, and intuitive harmonies. Adapted from a song from the Elizabethan play Locrine' attributed to
This beautiful setting of Ralph Waldo Emerson's famous text celebrates the universal presence of song, which can be found in places of beauty but also darkness. With soaring melodies and a flowing
This fantastic stylized arrangement of This Little Light of Mine will appeal to many levels of treble choruses. Singable and skillfully arranged, this setting is fun, exciting, and captures the