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 […]
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 […]
SATB/piano; Sara Teasdale, poetess: “When I think of you, I am at reset. My thoughts seek you as waves that seek the shore. Lover of beauty, knightliest and best; when I think of you, I am at rest.” Publisher: Colla Voce 1091
SATB/solo cello/piano. Text by Robert Frost. Commissioned by Dr. and Mrs. Charles Walvoord in appreciation of heroic M.Ds (Musical Doctors), and to honor the memory of his beautiful daughter, Kristi. $75.00 allows purchaser to make as many copies as needed.
Carl Fischer (CM9607); SATB & piano; Lord George Gordon Byron, described as “mad, bad and dangerous to know,” is one of the greatest British poets. He was known for his brilliant use of the English language, as well as his flamboyant lifestyle and romantic escapades. Scholars believe that Byron wrote She Walks in Beauty in 1814 when […]
SATB / piano Commissioned by Choirs of America; Goeffrey McQueen, president West coast premier – Los Angeles, April 2014 East coast premier – Carnegie Hall, April 2014 Publisher: Heritage Music Press 15/3256H
SATB/piano Given as a gift to my friends, David and Ann Bauer Poetry by James Agee: “Sure on this shining night of star made shadows round, Kindness must watch for me this side the ground.” Publisher: Mark Foster 3057
SATB/organ or piano; OXFORD BOOK OF CAROLS 5; Published separately as octavo. “This endris [other] night, I saw a sight, A star as bright as day, And e’er among, a Maiden sung, ‘Lullay, bye bye, lullay.'” Publisher: Oxford University Press