SSAATBB/unaccompanied; commissioned by the Oklahoma Choral Directors Association; text by Michelangelo; Italian language translation: “Love takes me captive, beauty binds my soul…”; 4’10” Premiered by the Oklahoma Music Educators Association – January 2019 Publisher:  Alliance Music Publ.  Released in print, January 2019

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Two versions: 1) SATB/oboe/piano 2) SSAA/oboe/piano (audio file above) Commissioned by Nova Voce Poetry by Robert Herrick: “Charm me asleep and melt me so. With thy decious numbers, That being ravished, Hence, I go. Away in easy slumbers” Publisher: Alliance (AMP 0957) Treble version; (AMP 0956) mixed version

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SAATB/unaccompanied Poetry by Spanish poet Fran Luis de León; premiered at the 2012 Texas Music Educators Convention; commissioned by Allen High School (Texas). Publisher: Alliance 0881

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Written for David Edmonds and the University of Montana choirs; a set of 3 shorter works; 1. A Willow By the River, 2.  Mountains, 3.  The Prairie; works are for SATB/piano (or SATB/orchestra) E. C. Schirmer Piano/Choral, No. 1.3438; Orchestra full score, No. 1.2453; Parts,  No. 1.3454

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SSATB/soprano solo/piano/crotales; depicts the journey of Odysseus (the mythological seafarer) as he approaches the Island of the Sirens; epic text.  Randall performed this work on the 2016 Southwestern ACDA convention in Kansas City. Written for Dr. Trent Brown the choirs at Florida Gulf Coast University.  

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Two voicings: 1) SATB/piano 2) SSA/piano Optional brass/perc. Accompaniment Macaronic text (English/Latin mix); Latin text: “From Carmina Burana; The sun warms everything, Even when I am away.” Performed on at least 8 all-states; performed by over 2000 schools in the United States. Publisher: Heritage 15/2134H

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SSATBB unaccompanied; Written as a gift to friend, and former Maestro di Cappella at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Pablo Colino. Premiered at mass at the Vatican.

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SATB/piano or SATB/orchestra (parts available from publisher); poetry of Robert Frost; one of Randall’s five most popular works; at its core, this is a work about a relationship – that no matter how small or large a task, it is more meaningful when the two people are there together.  Performed by St. Olaf choir on […]

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Peter (Petrus) was a Galilean fisherman and the brother of Andrew. Early on, Peter had many seemingly contradicting tendencies – fickle one day, while fiercely committed the next; afraid of being accused as a religious zealot, but willing to sacrifice his life for his values; gentle but tempestuous; quick to anger, but infinite in his […]

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