"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
Set in a vibrant mixed meter, this work celebrates the wonder and joy of music, nature and life. In ABA form, it opens with echoing phrases, then moves into a more reflective section before the exuberant
Where Go the Boats? is the original title of the Robert Louis Stevenson poem which comprises the text of this lovely setting. The gently flowing music serves the imagery of the poem so well, this
A persistent underlying rhythm gives this setting of the Langston Hughes poem a powerful, mysterious drive. "Bring me all of your dreams, you dreamers. Bring me all of your Heart melodies, that I may wrap
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This simple Sephardic folk song offers a tender message over a gentle and flowing accompaniment. With particularly lovely vocal lines, this makes an exceptional teaching tool as well as a wonderful concert
Have you ever tried to ride an accelerating horse while singing solfege? That's what your singers will feel like as they negotiate their way through this quickly-paced song with only solfege syllables for
"Gloria in excelsis Deo, et in terra pax..." This beautiful, expressive original weaves fragments of carols into the musical texture. With a reflective text and a warm C-instrument obbligato, this is a