SATB/piano; This epic work is offered in three different accompaniment options: piano, wind ensemble, or orchestra (parts available from publisher); one of Randall’s five most performed works; commissioned by Texas Choral Directors Association; performed by Hispalensis Ensemble (Madrid), Sbor KOS Litomysl CZ, Aestas Vocis, Liturgikon Vocal Ensemble, etc. Publisher: Alliance 475
SATB/organ Randall wrote this work for his parents as a parting gift, three months before both of them passed, four days apart: “I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord.” Publisher: Mark Foster 2041
One of Randall’s newest releases. He captured the “musical sense” of the heroic, rising above the fray, and a life in search of truth and fairness for all in this text by Marcus Aurelius – the last of the “Five Good Emperors” of Rome. Aurelius kept a personal “journal” (meditations) which contained his philosophy of […]
SSAATBB/unacc; commissioned by the Oklahoma Choral Directors Association; text by Michelangelo; in Italian; Translation: “Love takes me captive, beauty binds my soul.” Publisher: Alliance Music Publ.
Robert Herrick, poet: “Charm me asleep and melt me so. With thy decious numbers, That being ravished, Hence, I go. Away in easy slumbers” Two versions: 1) SATB/oboe/piano 2) SSAA/oboe/piano (audio file above) Publisher: Alliance (AMP 0957) Treble version; (AMP 0956) mixed version
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
SSATB/sopr, solo/piano/crotales; from the epic text, depicting the journey of Odysseus (the mythological seafarer) as he approaches the Island of the Sirens; Randall performed this work on the Southwestern ACDA convention; written and premiered for Dr. Trent Brown the choirs at Florida Gulf Coast University
Macaronic text (English/Latin mix); Latin text: From Carmina Burana – “The sun warms everything, even when I am away.” Two voicings: 1) SATB/piano 2) SSA/piano Optional brass/perc. Performed on at least 10 all-states; performed by over 3200 choirs in the United States. Publisher: Heritage 15/2134H