Greg Gilpin’s inspired music brings Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s text to life. Featuring a cascading a cappella introduction, this reflective work is a marvelous creative programming choice for
This beautiful lyric ballad, which practically sings itself, tells about the special power music has to lift our hearts and minds. Don Besig at his best!
Today’s society often seems to require children to perform tasks earlier and better, over-schedule life sooner, and grow up faster. Be With Me embraces the years of a child’s life
The simple message, "Can you see, feel, hear me, the sun too?" is expressed through sign language as this two-part choral is sung. Signing pictures are included on the opening page for both British and
Available for SATB choirs, this energetic, full-sounding number is a great way to celebrate the Olympics. "We have power to pierce the night, carriers of the light." An exceptional text!
This lively original, with its infectious melody and interactive harmony, weaves two very basic French phrases with "alleluia" to create a delightful offering. Joyful, fun, and extremely accessible,
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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