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Broadway giants Sheldon Harnick (Fiorello, Fiddler on the Roof, A Christmas Carol) and Larry Hochman (orchestrator for The Book of Mormon, Something Rotten, Monty Python's Spamalot) team up for this beautiful and inspirational SATB anthem. This song of patriotism, peace and freedom is the perfect
Reason to Be Thankful
Written for and first performed at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The music celebrates the moments we share when making music together with friends and family during the holidays.
Together at Christmas
Here is an uplifting work celebrating the marvels of life and diversity through the images of wondrous flowers. In Susan Windle's poem, nature becomes a metaphor for that which grows, reaches, blossoms and changes. The music unfolds with lyrical melodies and rich, flowing harmonies, culminating i
Into the Blue: A Choral Prayer
Singing Noel over and over and layer upon layer the stage is set for joy. Setting this familiar carol in 4/4 rather than the customary 3/4 we are immediately aware that this arrangement is unique. Countermelodies and polyphony stacked one line on the next create a thrilling anthem. Scored for SAT
The First Noel
John McCrae's iconic 1915 poem memorializing his fallen compatriots in Flanders Fields transcends time and place. It elevates sacrifice, honor and valor to an almost metaphysical plane. Here the composer has responded to this universal power with rapt, hymn-like verses, which accumulate in depth,
In Flanders Fields
Combining the Prayer of St. Teresa of ├üvila with the well known Peace Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi, here we have text that is at once comforting and declamatory. The music begins simply and builds to a climactic ending in which the meaning of joy can be found in all things God has created.
Where There Is Sadness, Joy
Native American wisdom and philosophy provide rich awareness of finding the sacred in all things. For this new work, musical phrases and rhythms are assembled from Native American chants and mixed with new music filled with this awareness. Native American instruments are suggested with more tradi
Spirit of the Winding Water (A Navajo Prayer)
Moved by the tragedy of countless school shootings in the United States, the composer asked himself, What would happen if I lost my son in an act of violence? The words of this composition are an expression of loss and the music is meant to give solace in an uncertain time. We have come to know S
Who Would You Be?
Setting the poetry of the 19th century American poet and winner of four Pulitzer Prizes Robert Frost, here is a distinctly American-flavored composition. Drawing on jazz harmonies, virtuosic piano flourishes, and shifting tonal centers, the composer paints the text in ways that are crystal clear
To the Thawing Wind
First, setting a more modern and poetic translation of the Ave Maria followed by a traditional setting of this text, this is music for advanced choirs. We have come to expect Mr. Cutter's music to be transparent and sensitive and this does not disappoint.
Two carols under one cover, creatively arranged by Broadway and musical theatre icon David Chase. Deck the Halls and We Wish You a Merry Christmas are two up-tempo carols that will fill out your holiday programs for years to come. Including these with David's previously published, best selling ca
Here is a thoughtful and reflective setting of two great Irving Berlin songs - Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor and God Bless America. Hope is always front and center in Irving Berlin lyrics and there is no exception here. The lamenting sounds of the cello keep us grounded in our commitment to welco
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor
The poetry of Silent Sea by Rachael Boast, appeared in a series of poems about climate change in 2015, the same year as the landmark Paris Agreement. Adding music to this powerful text lifts the message to new heights and encourages singers and listeners to seek a sustainable lifestyle on this be
This rousing opening movement is set for mixed chorus with fiddle accompaniment.
This Old Hammer
This beautiful folk ballad has been preserved in the Appalachian mountains through oral traditions. A Bluegrass fiddle part adds to the authentic style along with transparent harmonies indicative of the style.
This is the third song in a five song set titled Appalachian Stories. This individual piece, Down in a Coalmine is sturdy and begins hymn like. Each pieces uses a stylish Appalachian fiddle and here the fiddle handles the segue from the opening hymn style to a dance as they tell the story of the
Down in a Coalmine
This final movement speaks to faith: the belief that a better world awaits us on the other side of the Jordan River.
Who Will Come and Go with Me?
Broadway composer Andrew Lippa composed this work for the Brooklyn Youth Chorus to a text by Emily Dickinson. The uplifting message unfolds above an accompaniment that alternates between flowing lines and stately chords. Duration: ca. 5:00.
With a text by Christina Rossetti, this a cappella piece for mixed voices displays a full dynamic range through rich homophonic textures. A challenging and compelling work! Duration: ca. 2:20
Vivid vocal colors leap into being in this bright and rhythmic acclamation. A stunning opener for advanced high school choirs and up. Duration: ca. 1:05.
The final section of a larger work, this work opens with a solo voice and weaves a magical spell as the message of peace unfolds. Some fear the world, they hear the dissonance and say it always will be. I see the world as one community that must be joined by one law. Duration: c. 3:45.
Anatomy of Peace
The flowing lines of this short a cappella work are woven into an elegant vocal tapestry that will create an atmosphere of serenity and warmth. Duration: ca. 3:30.
All Shall Be Well
This short a cappella setting from the Song of Songs reflects the tenderness and passion of the text, with two lush outer sections framing a brief middle with a two-part imitative texture. This is a very flexible work which can be performed by ensembles of varying sizes and in both sacred and sec
Set Me as a Seal
Recorded by the New York Concert Singers and premiered at the Lincoln Center Tree Lighting by Project Youth Chorus and the Muppets, this sweet a cappella setting is a simple and warm salute to the December holidays especially appropriate for diverse audiences. We are different and the same, all t
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