Choral; New; Vocal
This piece contains a harmonic language that is both lyrical and overwhelming in its expansiveness. It moves like a glacial Irish jig, engulfing the audience while maintaining an internal rhythmic energy. Performed by C4: The Choral Composer/Conductor Collective – Conductor, Martha Sullivan. Find this recording on C4’s latest album, C4: Cornerstones.
A beautiful and haunting setting of psalm 55 that reflects the deeply emotional and personal way David speaks to God. It can be performed with a full choir or trio. Six part mixed chorus Audio credit C3LA, David Rentz, Conductor
Fast paced and energetic, this danceable piece incorporates foot stomps and spoken text interspersed with catchy melodies. It is a movement from the larger cantata Tse Go La. A great piece for teaching rhythmic precision that is a favorite of both singers and audience. Three part treble chorus with Divisi and piano accompaniment Audio Credit: […]
This meditative setting of Emily Dickinson’s poetry creates a beautiful, distant, and abstract atmosphere. This piece layers repeating lines and culminates in the full recitation of the short poem in the bass. The effect is both engaging and transportive. It’s simple to perform for just about any ensemble and a captivating concert opener. Five Part […]
A fun and energetic piece with a rhythmic melody that gets bounced back and forth between the different sections of the choir. It’s an absolute crowd-pleaser that works particularly well as a closing or encore number. It’s also well suited for collegiate, advanced high school groups, or a quartet looking for a challenge. Four Part […]
An eclectic mix of spoken word/chant and fun rhythmic harmonies, this nonsense piece can be updated for both mixed choir or men’s ensemble. Four Part Mixed Chorus / Four Part Men’s Chorus Audio Credit: Produced by See-A-Dot Music Publishing, inc. Recorded by Bohemian Highway, David Harris – Conductor, 2013 Genghis Khan