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With the traditional Latin lyrics "Gloria in excelsis Deo," this setting is anything but traditional. Including some chant as well as stomping and clapping throughout, this almost has the feel of a Maori
Originally known as Glad Tidings, this hymn was translated by Makua Laiana, an early missionary who arrived in Hawai'i in 1831 and spent the remainder of his life amongst the Hawaiian people.
This mid-tempo South African song is hymnlike with beautiful full harmonies in an a cappella divisi choral texture. The text, in Afrikaans, is about the darkness of night and...
This setting of a Buddhist recitation creates a mesmerizing layered texture that is accompanied only by the constant beating of a temple block. The otherwise a cappella harmonies use repeated motives and
Based on a famous traditional Korean children's song, this creative setting for a cappella mixed choir with bongos and woodblock utilizes a whole-tone scale and text painting. The Korean lyrics use
Dvorak's V Prirode ("From Nature") is a five-song set of Romantic-era part-songs on Czech texts by Vitezslav Halek. These two songs are part of that set and can be performed as a set or as
Inspired by the simple verse structure of the traditional Latin prayer text, the melody line glides over the gentle wavelike motion of the piano accompaniment. The violin obbligato adds another lyrical
Partnered with Nguoi O Dung Ve (Do Not Leave Me) in a set of two traditional Vietnamese folk songs, this gentle piece tells the story of two young lovers who must meet in secret at a bridge where
This Pakpaknese folk song from North Sumatra, Indonesia is commonly performed at wedding celebrations, opening ceremonies, and cultural events in the region, often accompanied by traditional dancing. By
In this traditional Armenian folk lullaby, a mother seeks to lull her restless son to sleep with the aid of a singing nightingale. The gentle lyrical lines sing so beautifully, featuring first the upper
Based on three Maori whakataukil (proverbs) found hanging in the Christchurch Cathedral in New Zealand, this piece has taken on significance as a lament both for the composer's father and the
One of a large body of songs attributed to Purandara Daasa Vitthala, a key figure in the history of South Indian music. He wrote thousands of devotional songs, many of which address social and moral
Birds have always been a popular theme of many Samoan folk songs, so it comes as no surprise that the American Sunday school song Little Birdie in the Tree was adopted and taught widely to Samoan
This original song hailing from the traditional Acadian and Quebecois musical practice of the turlutte (mouth reel) is a tantalizing exploration of vocal sound and harmony. It is the art of
Part of a set of two traditional Vietnamese folk songs that also includes Qua Cau Gio Bay (The Wind on the Bridge), this beautiful a cappella divisi arrangement portrays the story of two lovers
Following on the success of Praise His Holy Name, this modern gospel song is destined to be a choral classic. Already a popular choice for festival choirs, this piece is equally at home on the
Based on a fragment of the text of the sequence Victimae paschali laudes, this work utilizes various minimalist techniques - canons at the unison and simultaneous theme with its augmentation - to
This work, inspired by Mexican culture's perspectives on death, is written for choir and indigenous instruments, including: three ayoyotes, one ocarina, one death flute and one teponaztli, which are played
This work is based on a legend of the Rukai of Taiwan, a tribe of indigenous people. The story tells of a princess who secretly falls in love with the snake lord of the Ghost Lake. Opening with a soprano
"Lullaby, lullay, my babe here asleep while I watch, while I watch and sing for you." This lullaby features beautiful and flowing vocal lines intertwining with each other and the violin accompaniment while