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!
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
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
Homeward Bound, a favorite with choral directors for many years, is now available for young choirs! This heartfelt piece is elegant in its simplicity and memorable in its warmth and sincerity. It
Dramatic! Full of strength, power and determination! With an incredibly strong text and solid choral writing, this is an excellent choice for a multitude of functional uses and for any size choir, from very
This textured work of art is built on a captivating melodic theme that echoes and overlaps through the voices and an optional instrumental obbligato. Emily Dickinson's words are truly inspiring. There is
This setting of the famous World War I-era poem by John McCrae is remarkable in its simplicity and emotional impact. An excellent choice for any concert occasion, including Memorial Day and veteran's
This jubilant, accessible original will add flourish and excitement to your performance. The strong opening theme leads to a colorful contrasting middle section, and the buoyant recapitulation propels the
This gentle piece was inspired by a photograph of the James River hanging in the composer's office. The text conveys the fleetingness of moments in nature as captured by the photo. The central melody is
Robert Louis Stevenson's classic poem overflows with teaching possibilities. Destined to become a standard for concert and festival use!