Angels  

Angels

Patrick Roszell

This gently moving presentation of Angels from the Realms of Glory and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing features effective scoring for women's voices that perfectly ties with a lovely unifying piano motif. The optional oboe part adds an air of mystery to these instantly recognizable carols.

 
 
Between Two Hearts  

Between Two Hearts

Julie Gardner Bray

Julie Gardner Bray's Between Two Hearts contains thoughtful, image-laden lyrics that reflect on the nature of relationships in our lives. Teachable moments for phrasing, breath control, and musical nuance pair with comfortable vocal ranges and sensible voice leading to create an excellent choice for the ballad slot in a contest program.

 
 
Down by the Salley Gardens  

Down by the Salley Gardens

Douglas E. Wagner

This beloved Irish folk song includes the words of William Butler Yeats in a unique arrangement for women's voices. The vocal parts combine with the masterfully written piano accompaniment to add a depth to the musical fabric that makes this piece a lasting and substantial contribution to the concert and contest repertoire.

 
 
Fun, Fun, Fun!  

Fun, Fun, Fun!

Greg Gilpin

Incorporating the traditional Spanish carol Fum, Fum, Fum, this incredibly creative piece features a contrasting, madrigal-like "Fa La La" middle section and a festive original text about the holiday hustle and bustle. It's certain to be a huge hit on your holiday concert!

 
 
The Heart at Peace  

The Heart at Peace

Wes Martin

All-American Boys Chorus Artistic Director Wes Martin's elegantly expressive setting of In the Bleak Midwinter intertwines Holst's iconic melody with graceful counter-melodies and a charming, subtly stated piano accompaniment.

 
 
I Dream a World  

I Dream a World

André J. Thomas

I dream a world where man No other man will scorn, Where love will bless the earth and peace its paths adorn. The introspective and contemplative lyrics of the great African American poet and writer Langston Hughes grace this marvelous original work. Possessing a gentle, flowing style, it provides a subtle programming contrast.

 
 
In Winter  

In Winter

Victor C. Johnson

Softly stealing into the quiet moments of winter, this reflective piece evokes images of falling snow amid the graying sky of the season. Luscious harmonies, memorable melodies, and an artistic accompaniment grace this gorgeous selection.

 
 
Jabberwocky  

Jabberwocky

Sam Pottle

At last, a women's choir setting of this longtime best-selling work! Sam Pottle captured the true essence of the well-known poem from Through the Looking Glass for this goregous setting. The innovative use of a variety of small percussion instruments enhances the fun and drama!

 
 
A Joyful Song  

A Joyful Song

Mary Lynn Lightfoot

This jubilant and accessible song will add a flourish of excitement to your performance. The strong opening theme leads to a colorful, contrasting middle section, and the Latin and English texts add interest that builds to the exuberant conclusion.

 
 
Kuimba!  

Kuimba!

Victor C. Johnson

This exuberant African-style original work is an invitation to let music be our guide and sing together with joyful hearts. The optional percussion establishes a rhythmic groove for the easily learned vocal ostinato patterns that make this piece memorable. A pronunciation guide is included.

 
 
Music in the Valley  

Music in the Valley

Ruth Elaine Schram

Ruth Elaine Schram's paired the lilting English folk tune Early One Morning with a fresh, original text that focuses on an individual's power to brighten the landscape with joy and hope. Music in the Valley is perfectly suited for women's voices and offers a delightful selection for a spring concert.

 
 
My Love Is Like a Rose  

My Love Is Like a Rose

Eugene Butler

The quintessential love song by Robert Burns receives a graceful, easy-to-teach treatment in the creative hands of Eugene Butler. Sensible voice leading and repetition make this number especially appropriate for less experienced middle school and high school singers.

 
 
Psallam Deo  

Psallam Deo

Richard Ewer

This warm and embracing setting of Psalm 103:33–34 features sensitive contemporary choral writing that fully displays the inherent beauty of women's voices. The opening soprano solo enhances the meditative mood of this solid choice for contest and concert programming.

 
 
Something Told the Wild Geese  

Something Told the Wild Geese

Sherri Porterfield

Hauntingly beautiful melodic lines and a supportive accompaniment gently interweave to evoke the marvelous imagery in this classic Rachel Field poem. This piece is excellent for teaching phrasing, blend, balance, and musical sensitivity.

 
 
Step by Step  

Step by Step

Erik Whitehill

Beginning softly with an optional solo, Step by Step quickly breaks into an invigorating rhythmic celebration. Superb choral writing, with moments of clever part independence, fills this feel-good piece and supports the text's message of never giving up or fearing a journey.

 
 
Where Do the Roads Go?  

Where Do the Roads Go?

Sally Lamb McCune

With text by a former Poet Laureate of West Virginia, this haunting work expresses the longing and wonder of a teenage girl who grew up in an isolated part of Appalachia. The chilling piano accompaniment frames the writing for women's voices, which alternates between two and four parts.

 
 
Winter Looking Back  

Winter Looking Back

Patti Drennan

Frigid days are now gone by. Feel my fingers 'round you slipping. Let the wintery memories fly. Lilting melodies and sweeping vocal lines intertwine in Winter Looking Back, which features an elegant John Parker text where winter tells its own tale.

 
 

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Rise  

Rise

Victor C. Johnson

This dynamic, invigorating, rhythmically charged expression of positivity is a powerful concert opener. It's the beat of our hearts, it's the gleam in our eyes. We will never give up, for we were meant to rise!