Wind ensemble/arr. Frederick Umar; premiered by Takayoshi ‘Tad’ Suzuki, principal conductor of the TAD Wind Symphony (Japan).  Available through TRN Music Publisher, Inc.

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There will be rest, and sure stars shining, Over the roof-tops crowned with snow. A reign of rest, serene forgetting, The music of stillness holy and low. I will make this world of my devising, Out of a dream in my lonely mind, I shall find the crystal of peace, –above me Stars I shall […]

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SATB/treble choir/brass (4 tpts, 3 tbns, tuba), percussion (2) & organ Mvmt 1 – brass only (fanfare 3:00) Mvmt 2-4 are for mixed chorus; treble choir (can be done by children’s choir if desired) sings on movements 3 and 4. Performed by the Hickory Choral Society (NC), Arlington Master Chorale (TX), and many others this […]

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SSATBB/unacc;  Randall wrote this work with frequent, brief references to the opening (and well-known) theme of the 19th century antiphon, Ubi Caritas.  He then builds sonic reflections on that theme using new material. Randall conducts this work annually for mass at the Vatican, and is a favorite for the choir there.  This work has been […]

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SSATBB/unacc. Sung by Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church (New York City); 7 times for mass at the Vatican;  The Cathedral Choir of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels; also performed by numerous colleges, universities and community choruses. Publisher: Alliance 500

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SSAATTBB/unaccompanied; Latin text;   Randall set this epic text (the first section of words he wrote) to to describe Saul’s dramatic event on the road to Damascus; often used in European and Asian choral competitions; sung by UT Vocal Ensemble (winner of 2016 European Grand Prix for Choral Singing, Lorenzo Donato – conductor), Sofia Vocalensemble Sweden, Tomsic […]

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SSA/piano (also published for TBB/piano and SATB/piano); apocalyptic and epic text; work shows off skill of pianist; one of Randall’s most popular works for treble ensembles. (This recording for TREBLE.) Publisher: AMP 0575 (SSA)

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SATB/piano (also published for SSA/piano, TBB/piano) apocalyptic and epic text; work shows off skill of pianist; dramatic opener or closer Publisher:  AMP 1090 (SATB)

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