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Drums and optional Flute part
Love the Earth
Brass Quintet and Organ parts
O Virtus Sapientiae
Now available in several voicings, Niska Banja is a Serbian Roma dance popular throughout the Balkans. To Central Europeans, the 9/8 rhythm of 2-2-2-3 is as natural as a 4/4 rock beat is in North America, and rapidly becomes both infectious and quite natural. Piano 4-hands and optional clarinet a
Memories is a tender love song which recalls a couple's old home, mountain paths, wild floweers, the surrounding natural beauty, and their mutual love. The original simple folk-like tune is sung first by the sopranos and altos, then tenors and basses, and finally as a three-part canon involving t
The Scout is an original spirited folk-like tune about a miner and the rough, difficult life he leads.
Pals is about two scouts who tramped the hills together hunting for silver, gold and copper. The text alludes to the many hardships of miners in the wild west. (1:10)
Roses I Send to You is a tender song of love and devotion expressed in turn by a woman, her lover, and together as a couple. (2:10)
Roses I Send to You
The Calliope, or steam organ, common in the old west. This particular calliope, Connie, is full of steam and full of noise. Lies he tells without a blink on a chance to have a frink - to the refrain: Must have been that way when born. (1:15)
This contemporary setting of the famous madrigal text also set by the 17th century English composer Orlando Gibbons was composed to give students exposure to certain contemporary techniques, such as mixed metet and the cluster/ostinato effect.
The Silver Swan
Mbiri kuna Mwari is composed in the spirit of choral music heard at the Episcopal Cathedral in Harare, Zimbabwe, in the summer of 1993. Shona is the majority tribe in Zimbabwe and its language. The text is the Shona translation of the opening section of the Gloria of the Mass Ordinary.
Mbiri kuna Mwari
This intriguing pieces, based in the southern Asian tradition of the Tamil people, can be performed by either Treble or Mixed Voices. (2:30)
for SSAA, SATB or TTBB a cappella with optional percussion
for SSAB Chorus or Baritone Solo & 3-Part Treble. Elibama combines two traditional celebrations of community: the Yiddish song Alle Brider (All are Brothers) and the Madagascar song Oay Lahy E (Song of the Sons of the Ancestors).
Song of the Stars
Tjak! has been inspired by a Balinese musical ceremony long known to world music fans as Ketjak, or The Monkey Chant. Is has adopted many aspects of the Balinese music, including much of the timbre and texture of the music. Enjoy this very unique piece of literature not usually associated with th
This charming Tarantella uses a melody and text from the Italian/Neapolitan folk tradition. It tells the story of Nannina, the most beautiful girl in the village, who is dancing the tarantella. A crowd gathers to watch her and shouts words of praise and encouragement.
Duration: ca. 3:45
For Elizabeth: Gold, Frank Innocence, and Mirth
Based on a Navajo text, The Sower is the second movement from Songs of Light. The piece is developed from an opening solo call with the chorus responding with the same chant-like motive extended and developed by the soprano and alto voices. The meter characteristically changes from 4/4 to 3/4 to
With optional flute and glockenspiel.
The Sun Is a Luminous Shield
Daybreak Song, the fourth and final movement of Songs of the Lightes is based on a Navajo text. The text and harmonies blend to beautifully express the sounds and sights of breaking dawn. For voices and piano with optional Flute & Glockenspeil parts included in the vocal score. Duration: ca. 5:10
There's a certain kind of lousy mood that often comes with a holiday. This piece is in honor of that loust mood. (2:30)
Hwayana yaMwari is composed in the spirit of choral music heard at the Episcopal Cathedral in Harare, Zimbabwe, in the summer of 1993. Shona is the majority tribe in Zimbabwe and its language. The text is the Shona translation of the Agnus Dei of the Mass Ordinary.
Hwayana yaMwari (Agnus Dei/Dona nobis pacem from Shona Mass)
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