A longtime festival favorite for SATB divisi choirs, this remarkable a cappella setting of a 17th-century poem by Andrew Marvell celebrates the power and influence of music. This setting is now available
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The motet-like setting of this traditional spiritual features a soprano melody with accompanying voices in flowing choral lines. Lyrical and lovely, this is a classical setting of the well-known
Textured choral writing glides effortlessly over a graceful piano accompaniment in this elegant setting of the text by Chilean poet and Nobel Prize-winner Pablo Neruda. Artistically done in a romantic
This is different! Using a fictional language combined with a powerful English text, this exceptional piece effectively combines narration, rhythmic chanting and whispers, singing, vocal percussion, stomps
This lovely a cappella lullaby doubles as a Nativity carol that may be programmed for Christmas or at any time of year. Simple and sincere, traditional choral writing leads singers through a warm
This introspective original is based on an unattributed poem that illustrates the impact a small moment can have in our lives. Traditional homophonic writing expands to swirling choral textures with a
A beautiful treatment of the traditional English carol, this a cappella arrangement with oboe is rewarding to sing and fully realizes the drama of the text.
"Is all that we see or seem but a dream within a dream?" There are many beautiful moments in this lush setting of a poem by Edgar Allan Poe. Expressive and substantive writing, this is a work that better
Written by the United Mexican States's first well-known female composer, this vals Mexicano (Mexican waltz) makes a charming a cappella work for mixed or treble choirs. The textured setting offers
Why do we always warm up in unison when our choirs sing in harmony? It's an excellent question. Unison warm-ups serve their purpose, certainly, but you can reinvent your warm-up routine with this innovative
Sixteenth-century playwright and poet Ben Jonson wrote the text to this nativity hymn. This original a cappella setting begins with an expressive solo, then gives both the upper and lower voices a
This American folk hymn is a concert standard, presented here in a fresh a cappella concert version. A powerful and insistent rhythmic foundation is laid by the lower voices, while the familiar melody
Here's a sparkling rendition of the traditional English carol that is sure to be a holiday concert highlight! The dazzling piano accompaniment frames the piece and the choral harmonies are bright and clear.
This bright and festive a cappella work is set for has become a standard in choral literature for both festival and church choirs. The SSAA and TTBB versions have been adapted by Tim Sarsany.
Opening with an expressive solo, this plaintive melody highlights the allegorical original text and creates lyrical and artistic choral phrases. A rich and ever-changing harmonic palette features lush
A hushed choral introduction blossoms into a sweeping concert work for choirs who are seeking an expressively artistic selection. The tenors and basses introduce the melody in stunning four-part harmony
This gorgeous a cappella setting of John McCrae's text has been revoiced for six-part treble voices, and rereleased for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Sustained cluster chords and
This powerful anthem is the last piece written by American arranger, composer, and conductor Robert DeCormier, just one month prior to his passing. The a cappella work effectively uses different choral
Fluid vocal lines and a sensitive text shine in this powerful, heartfelt recollection of a lost loved one. Perfectly capturing the essence of love that lives forever, it is at the same time both touching
This a cappella arrangement of the traditional Irish hymn is absolutely stunning! Expressive tempi and dynamics, along with ample divisi, offer an exquisite choral sound as well as an artistic challenge.
Adapted from one of Dvorak's Moravian Duets, this piece adds a new English language text to the familiar melody. Subtle modal shifts and a unique formal structure give the work interest and value,
A single note descends and blossoms into luxurious harmony in this lovely a cappella choral. The text, taken from a poem by Lord Byron, celebrates the joy of solitude in nature.